Topic: digital transformation

SD Times news digest: Bugsnag Stability Center launched, PDFTron acquires ActivePDF, and dotnet-monitor released

Bugsnag has announced its new Stability Center focused on providing a holistic view into stability stats and trends across releases for multiple client and server-side applications. According to the company,  the center will help engineering and product leaders can make data-driven decisions about when to prioritize debugging over new development to improve app stability and … continue reading

premium Microservices and APIs: The path to agility

It’s often been said that digital transformation is not a destination, but a journey. In the past, that journey was fraught with complications and the risk of downtime as legacy systems were retired and replaced. Today, however, steering legacy systems into the digital age has been made simpler through the introduction of microservices and APIs.  … continue reading

Report reveals new technology priorities to deal with COVID-19 pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact businesses, enterprises are beginning to shift their priorities. A new report revealed 95% of organizations are changing technology priorities, and 87% of technologists are using this as an opportunity to display their value to the business.  AppDynamics, a Cisco company, released “The Agents of Transformation Report,” which looks … continue reading

SD Times news digest: OutSystems’ new enterprise dev tools, Solo.io developer portal for Istio service mesh, and Fuze 6

OutSystems announced 70 development accelerators designed to ensure web and mobile applications created on the OutSystems low-code development platform can comply with the highest accessibility standards and regulations.  “Building apps with great accessibility is a legal responsibility, but more importantly, it is a moral responsibility for app developers to ensure that everyone can perceive, navigate, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Java Client roadmap updates, Xs:code and Redis’ partnership, and Venafi acquires Jetstack for digital transformation

The Java Client roadmap extends the availability and support timelines for many Java Client-related technologies. Commercial support and updates for Java SE 8 have shifted from March 2025 to at least December 2030. Also, personal use of Java SE 8 has been extended indefinitely from the previously announced date of December 2020. Additional details on … continue reading

Report: COBOL at the center of modernization strategies

Across the industry, companies are looking to modernize, and according to a new survey from Micro Focus, the programming language COBOL is at the center of this modernization.  According to 70% of the COBOL survey’s respondents, modernizing COBOL applications is favored over replacing or retiring them. This is due to the fact that COBOL provides … continue reading

Guest View: Mainframers versus digital transformation engineers

Contrary to popular belief, the world is not full of start-ups. There’s a reason the world’s top X companies lists exist – these well-established powerhouses have been around for decades. The issue is that in this competitive, start-up environment, even well-established companies are now required to be as nimble as start-ups, and, if they don’t, … continue reading

Legacy app modernization is not a slash and burn process

Legacy application modernization may mean different things to different people. But whether that means updating practices surrounding mainframes, adopting Agile and DevOps practices or updating to modern databases, legacy app modernization is necessary to keep pace with modern industry demands.  “Legacy modernization at large means that you take advantage of enhanced operational agility and accelerated … continue reading

Digital transformation: One release at a time

As digital technologies dramatically reshape every industry, businesses have to adapt quickly and cost efficiently in response to the rapid changes in the marketplace. This need for business agility has dramatically increased the volume of change for IT.  Adopting Agile methodologies and continuous integration is the first logical step in satisfying the “need for speed.” … continue reading

Be (AI) smarter about your digital transformation

“Successful digital transformation is like a caterpillar turning into a butterfly. It’s still the same organism, but it now has superpowers.” George Westerman, principal research scientist at the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, first used the now popular analogy two years ago to explain the changes businesses were going through. But, over the last … continue reading

Report: Digital transformation continues to be a problem for a majority of organizations

Despite the importance of digital transformation in today’s competitive market, businesses are still struggling to obtain the benefits. A recent report revealed a majority of organizations are either failing, being delayed or scaling back their expectations when it comes to digital transformation projects.  The report was conducted by Couchbase and is based on 450 digital … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Toward a curated web: Why digital content needs standards

One of the striking attributes of the contemporary state of digital transformation is the conjunction of the ubiquity of digitization with its incomplete realization in a multitude of consumer and business contexts. On one hand, digital transformation has succeeded in empowering consumers to access data and information about just about any topic—whether it be the … continue reading

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