Predictions for Java in 2022

The Java landscape moves fast, and with potential changes to OpenJDK release cadence, it’s poised to move even faster. For people like Michael Rasmussen, Head of Development at JRebel by Perforce, staying abreast of these changes, and understanding how they’ll impact development is paramount to creating features that resonate within the Java development community, keeping … continue reading

DevOps Lead Time – Let’s Re-Evaluate

It’s hard not to mention “Accelerate” when writing about DevOps; rarely does such a seminal piece of work provide an equally well-defined set of practical applications. It was a landmark engineering and business handbook that, through outlining what we now refer to as the DORA metrics, kick-started a DevOps metrics gold rush. Lead Time is … continue reading

How to build a platform for business value

As an industry we’ve been talking about platforms for a very long time. Everyone thinks they need one but many people don’t know why. Perhaps more concerning, many organizations build them and then don’t realize the value they expected. This trend was reinforced by the recently published Technology Radar — Thoughtworks’ biannual look at the tech … continue reading

Olive Helps wants developers to build out healthcare apps on its platform

There’s a movement afoot among startups in the healthcare space to tear down silos of information that hinder efficient and effective care, as well as reduce frustration for patients who have to deal with insurance, pre-authorizations for treatment, and even scheduling tests and appointments. One of those startups is a company called Olive, which has … continue reading

Empower developers for broader role

As companies steadily move toward increased agility, the software supply chain can no longer afford to follow the old assembly-line model: Specialists who once focused their efforts solely on developing code have seen their roles expand to that of generalist. With governance, security and quality assurance professionals less commonplace in the industry, developers now integrate … continue reading

Drawing hybrid teams together with the new standalone Gliffy visual collaboration tool

This year has given us an entirely new realm of working — hybrid work — only a short while after many had to learn the full crash course on remote work during the pandemic.  With these constantly shifting workspaces, teams are testing uncharted territory while trying to maintain productivity and effective collaboration, especially for teams … continue reading

Data warehousing is crucial to unified analytics across an organization

As organizations and their IT infrastructure grow more complex, the number of different places where data gets stored also grows. Gone are the days where a company had just one large database to look after; now data might be stored across several different sources.  “Historically data was stored in databases, on-premises. As we enter this … continue reading

Reify: A low-code platform for building any application

More software development teams are using low-code tools to improve productivity. However, most low-code platforms limit the scope of what can be built and lack the flexibility required for complex enterprise projects. Typically, all development must be done in the low-code platform, which precludes the use of standard IDEs and platforms.  “The low-code revolution offers huge … continue reading

AIOps enables 5-star multi-cloud apps

Every company is going digital today and user experience is everything. However, deployment of dynamic, hybrid cloud infrastructure and the explosion of connected devices creates a lot of challenges in monitoring performance of digital services. Therefore, organizations are still struggling to build end-to-end pipelines that help ensure their applications and the business remain available, reliable … continue reading

DevOps requires a modern approach to application security

Time to market is a key indicator today of business success, and anything that impedes a business’ ability to move fast needs to be addressed. While there have been a number of efforts to automate and integrate security into the application development process, it continues to be a hindrance to many organizations.  Organizations are still … continue reading

Guard your mobile endpoint and your end users

Application security initiatives and programs are getting  good at getting down to where an organization’s data lives and protecting it against threats, but that is only one piece of the security puzzle. With limited amounts of time, resources and people available to tackle security, organizations have had to prioritize what gets protected.  “For instance, an … continue reading

Protect your users and your business with a software bill of materials

Too many companies are missing a key software component in their businesses: their software bill of materials (SBOM). A SBOM is a list of all the components that make up a piece of software.  According to Brian Fox, chief technology officer at Sonatype, while some may think it is a trivial requirement, it provides transparency … continue reading

Data improves value stream management

Today’s companies are drowning in bits and bytes. According to Hubspot, the average enterprise manages 347.56 TB of data, while Splunk claims 55% of business data is unused. It’s obvious that organizations need to utilize data more effectively. When they do, they’re in a better position to enable effective value stream management. Both data and … continue reading

LaunchDarkly introduces Progressive Delivery

Introducing Progressive Delivery

Application success depends on delivery speed, product quality and perceived value, but it’s hard to get all three right. Faster release cycles often equate to lower code quality and the “value” developers think they’re providing may fail completely from the end user’s point of view. Progressive Delivery helps by taking the guesswork out of what … continue reading

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