How Good is Good Enough to Ship?

QA Strategies for Great Software Whatever Your Growth Stage The challenge for a software company is figuring out how much QA is needed to meet customer expectations, without wasting resources that could be directed to more pressing problems. The answer depends on who your customers are, who your competitors are and where your business is … continue reading

Netezza to Hadoop with Cask

Netezza is a data warehouse that enables organization to store massive amounts of data for analysis and business insight. However, it is expensive, and doesn’t have capabilities required to handle a variety of data types. Hadoop provides inexpensive scaling of data, but doesn’t offer enterprise ETL functionality enterprises require. The Cask Data Applicaton Platform gives … continue reading

NoSQL Database Evaluation Guide

While every company has its own specific set of requirements for the NoSQL database technology that best fits its use case(s), there’s a core set of requirements that figure into most evaluations. Those requirements fall into eight categories: Data Access, Performance, Scalability, Availability, Multiple Data Centers, Big Data Integration, Administration, and Mobile. This paper delves … continue reading

From Controlled Chaos to Differentiation: Why you need to integrate your software lifecycle

Organizations today are in chaos as many different teams use many different tools from many different vendors and find that few – if any – play nice and work together. Many don’t realize this is a problem and see no reason to establish a software lifecycle integration strategy, but the nightmare is lying in wait … continue reading

The Buy vs. Build Decision in Software Lifecycle Integration

If your organization is suffering as a result of a fractured unintegrated software and deliver tool chain, then this white paper is for you. Weighing up the pros and cons of investing in a software development lifecycle solution versus building your own solution, this white paper: Clarifies the key things to consider when exploring the … continue reading

How to Build (and Scale) with Microservices

Microservices are a type of software architecture where large applications are made up of small, self-contained units working together through APIs that are not dependent on a specific language. Each service has a limited scope, concentrates on a particular task and is highly independent. This setup allows IT managers and developers to build systems in … continue reading

The Ultimate DevOps Toolkit

What exactly makes up a DevOps culture? DevOps is about continuous delivery while maintaining quality, and it is only possible if the right tools are chosen to support relevant people and processes. This means that it is essential for the tools and applications used to develop, test, deploy, monitor, and manage applications all work seamlessly … continue reading

10 Things Your CIO Should Know About DevOps

DevOps has already taken the IT world by storm, and it’s continuing to transform the way organizations develop, deploy, monitor, and maintain applications, along with underlying infrastructure. It’s quickly transitioning from a niche scope to a critical business outcome that all teams hoping to scale to digital transformation. We collected the top 10 practices around … continue reading

High performance with distributed caching

Today’s web, mobile, and IoT applications need to operate at increasingly demanding scale and performance levels to handle thousands to millions of users. Terabytes or petabytes of data. Submillisecond response times. Multiple device types. Global reach. Caching frequently used data in memory can dramatically improve application response times, typically by orders of magnitude. Get your … continue reading

How to choose a database for your mobile apps

Today’s consumers rely on their mobile apps no matter where they are. If your apps are sluggish and slow or don’t work at all when there’s no internet connection, your customers will start looking for other apps that work all the time. To help you provide the always-on experience customers demand, database solutions like Couchbase … continue reading

A fresh approach to load testing with StormRunner Load

Performance anomalies hurt application consistency. Today’s anomaly detection methods, though, add complexity and delay to the website load testing process. HPE StormRunner Load implements “hierarchical” website load testing in a two-step approach. Find out how HPE’s load-testing tool uses powerful analytics to visualize and spot anomalies and performance problems and find root causes using real-time metrics. … continue reading

A CTO’s Guide to Continuous Testing

Continuous testing helps bridge the gap between developing quickly and maintaining high quality products. But to implement continuous testing, CTOs must take a strategic approach to building a testing infrastructure and toolset that empowers their team to move fast. Download our guide to laying the groundwork for a scalable continuous testing strategy. … continue reading

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