premium SD Times July 2020

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. The July issue features an in-depth look at feature experimentation, the modern world of application monitoring, and continuous testing. … continue reading

DevOps Report: Testing is Everything

DevOps teams often struggle to meet speed and quality goals simultaneously. Intelligent test automation company mabl just released its 2020 State of DevOps Report based on a survey of 1,000 software professionals, including testers and QA professionals (59%) as well as developers and engineers (34%). The key takeaway is that manual testing doesn’t cut it. … continue reading

Value stream is not as easy as it seems

It is time to start rethinking your value streams.  Lance Knight, COO of ConnectALL, said the industry is making value stream management sound so much simpler than it really is, when in reality it requires teams to start thinking deeper and differently about how their work flows.  The problem is that organizations are looking at … continue reading

SD Times 100 2020: Tear down those walls

In today’s rapidly changing software industry, it feels like disruption is happening at a faster pace than at any time in its history. How quickly we’ve gone from SOA to APIs to microservices to containers to serverless! It’s been breathless. This year’s SD Times 100 include many disruptors that came in like a wrecking ball, … continue reading

premium SD Times June 2020

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. The June 2020 issue features the SD Times 100, highlighting companies that “tear down walls” in the industry. Also in this issue is a deeper look at observability, building a new developer experience, the most important factor in project success, and 8 traits of an Agile … continue reading

Staying in sync with your data

Data has become more important than ever as businesses look to gain new insights and bring new value to customers. The problem, however, is an overwhelming amount of data between the tens if not hundreds of SaaS services, databases, and file formats being used.  “If you can’t connect to that data, then you can’t govern … continue reading

How to manage increased IT demand in wake of COVID-19

The current global pandemic has impacted every aspect of business. For some companies, that means shutting down entirely, for others it means shifting everything online and processing even more customer requests than before. Companies that have moved online are simultaneously adjusting to the added pressure of a remote workforce. With very little warning, IT teams … continue reading

premium SD Times May 2020

The latest issue of SD Times is now available. This issue tackles the development manager’s dilemma…should they still code or not? Additionally, we take a deep look at APM, AIOps and observability; explore low-code development; and look at the increasing serverless capabilities that are pushing the architecture to market maturity. … continue reading

Simplify the way you connect to data sources and tools with CData Python Connectors

As data becomes more important than ever to business success, modern organizations are constantly looking for tools and resources that can help them harness and make sense of  that data.  CData is making it easier for users to connect to data sources and tools with the release of hundreds of new Python Connectors, which are … continue reading

Leveraging automated APM to accelerate CI/CD

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery together (CI/CD) have become the goal for a majority of organizations. Meanwhile, modern technologies like Docker and Kubernetes have become widespread in production application environments. The result of these trends is that applications and their infrastructure are becoming increasingly dynamic: constantly changing to meet higher scalability requirements and fast-changing application … continue reading

Why manual performance management fails

Historically, manually setting up a monitoring system didn’t present a problem because neither the application code, nor the application infrastructure (middleware, app servers, etc.) changed very often. IT would provision a box, set its IP address, load some software, set up the monitoring and then never touch it again for years.  Nor was an application … continue reading

Drawbacks to building your own performance monitoring

Since traditional APM and monitoring tools were not designed for dynamic applications, a new set of open-source technologies emerged to help development teams manually setup their own monitoring through manual coding. Whether providing performance metrics, tracing paths of an application, or exposing other details of code, these open-source monitoring tool create their own sets of … continue reading

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