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Enterprise Service Management with Jira Service Desk and Confluence

1 week 2 days ago

Companies are looking to reduce cost, create efficiency and improve productivity of all internal and external customer services. In many organizations, different departments are using individual tools to provide their customers with the services they need. They can work in silos, can provide inadequate quality of service and not to mention that the portfolio of […]

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Evan Golden

CNCF: KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe Still on; Coronavirus Progress Monitored

1 week 2 days ago

Despite worries around the spread of the coronavirus, the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe conference — expected to bring thousands of Kubernetes knowledge-seekers to Amsterdam next month — will go on as planned, according to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, the event’s organizers. “The CNCF is closely monitoring the coronavirus situation and is very sympathetic for […]

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Measuring the Value of Developer Relations

1 week 2 days ago

No matter what you call the role — developer community manager, developer evangelist, developer advocate, developer relations, or, cheekily, developer avocado — it’s got two things in common: It’s one of the most expensive, travel-heavy roles in a tech org and it’s one of the hardest to measure. That combination means metrics often make or […]

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From Bystander to CTO: My Five-Year Journey with the Cloud Foundry Foundation

1 week 2 days ago

Cloud Foundry sponsored this post. I’ve been reflecting recently on how much the Cloud Foundry project has changed in just five years. One of my observations has been how different the open source ecosystem and enterprise computing market have become since 2015. As a result, the co-evolution of Cloud Foundry and the broader ecosystem around […]

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eBay Tweaks Mobile and Web Platforms for Faster Performance

1 week 2 days ago

A lot of little tweaks can yield big improvements. That’s the major takeaway from eBay’s year-long initiative to improve the site’s performance across all platforms — iOS, Android and the web. “Don’t think there’s one thing that’s going to drastically move the needle. … A lot of things add up. Don’t ignore the small things, […]

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Apache Cassandra: Persistent Data Storage for Scalable Microservices Applications

1 week 2 days ago

Software engineers and architects are moving away from monolithic applications that are built on one single, chunky code base. This approach has become more difficult to manage and scale as companies need to run globally, conduct business around the clock, and work in a world that requires more agility and responsiveness to customer demand. The […]

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RapidAPI’s RapidQL, an Open Source Query Language for APIs and Databases

1 week 3 days ago

When working with multiple APIs, you will have many authentication methods, API types, and endpoints to deal with. With RapidAPI, there’s a single graphical interface and marketplace of more than 10,000 APIs that can be used without having to worry about individual security credentials or API types. In recent weeks, RapidAPI added support for GraphQL […]

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3 Lessons in Network Visibility from the A-List

1 week 3 days ago

The network can be host to multiple performance killers. Here are three worth noting Like Ed Sheeran as a secret stormtrooper in “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” some cameos are hard to spot. They can appear out of nowhere halfway through the film or remain a complete mystery until behind-the-scenes footage reveals the masked […]

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Shane Buckley

Three Keys to Successful AI Adoption

1 week 3 days ago

Over the past several years, we have begun to see the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) in businesses. According to a study for the AI Index 2019 Annual Report, more than half of respondents report their companies are using AI in at least one function or business unit. Thirty percent report they have AI embedded […]

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Chris Heineken

What Is DevSecOps and How to Enable It on Your SDLC?

1 week 3 days ago

For the past three to four years, all the companies around the IT world have adopted agile and different application development methodologies that leverage the work for different departments or areas and helps them to develop new products and release new features to improve their processes and infrastructure. In this new Agile and DevOps world […]

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Guillermo Vélez

A Farewell Tour with His Puppet Robot Pals for MST3K Creator Joel Hodgson

1 week 3 days ago

Thirty-two years ago, Joel Hodgson was a 20-something comedian heckling movies with robot puppets on a local Minneapolis TV station. But within 12 months the show he created started a 10-year run on two different cable TV channels (Comedy Central and the Sci-Fi channel). It was the decade when the masses would discover the internet, […]

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This Week in Programming: Iowa Shows Apps Can’t Replace Institutional Knowledge

1 week 5 days ago

Amidst years of reports that foreign governments are in an ongoing campaign to influence and affect elections in the United States, what does Iowa (and Nevada) do but go ahead and hire a company that goes by the name of “Shadow Inc.” to build a smartphone app to help tally election results in the Democratic […]

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Shopify Unifies Mobile Development Under React Native

1 week 5 days ago

E-commerce service provider Shopify is coalescing client-side development around React Native, a JavaScript framework that originated in Facebook for building cross-platform applications. “After years of native mobile development, we’ve decided to go full steam ahead building all of our new mobile apps using React Native,” wrote Farhan Thawar, Shopify vice president of engineering for channels […]

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Git Transitioning Away from the Aging SHA-1 Hash

1 week 5 days ago

The developers of ubiquitous git software version control system have announced they are now beginning the transition to move away from the SHA-1 hashing algorithm. This transition will prove to be a challenge, as SHA-1 has been a part of git since Linus Torvalds originally developed the versioning system, back in 2005. Git uses SHA-1-generated […]

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Stellus Launches Next Generation NAS Platform

1 week 5 days ago

Stellus Technologies launched a network-attached storage (NAS) system capable of processing unstructured data at 10 times the speed of existing systems. Based on a software-defined file system written on top of a key-value store, the Stellus Data Platform can be acquired either as an appliance or in the form of a virtual image that IT […]

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Mike Vizard

Sparkhound Unveils Pop-Up Service Desk

1 week 5 days ago

Sparkhound, a provider of managed IT services, has launched a Pop-Up Service Desk designed to augment the existing capabilities of internal IT teams during a major transition. Chris Kimmel, managing director for managed services at Sparkhound, said the new service was created to help organizations cope with transitions such as migrating to Windows 10 or […]

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Mike Vizard

Say Goodbye to CoreOS

1 week 5 days ago

For anyone that has enjoyed using CoreOS Container Linux, mark May 26, 2020 on your calendar, as that is the day this Linux distribution will reach its end of life and will no longer receive updates. The developers of CoreOS are strongly recommending that users immediately begin migrating their workloads to another platform. Red Hat, […]

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Researchers Use Microwaves to Connect Distant Silicon Quantum Bits

1 week 5 days ago

From building an unhackable internet to potentially supercharging artificial intelligence, many experts are envisioning that quantum computing will eventually lead us beyond the current limitations of classical computing. That’s because the peculiar laws of quantum mechanics allow for bits of information in a quantum computer to exist in multiple states simultaneously, rather than only 0 […]

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