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SaaS app development has the potential to continuously improve a development team's process. However, its success depends on the PaaS model that supports it.
On-premises HR solutions have been left behind by technological advances. Cloud HRM solutions are better built to handle the needs of companies and desires of users.
Software tester Amy Reichert reviews the top iPaaS vendors and offers advice on choosing between veteran companies and those born in the cloud.
Database technology is soaring into its next evolution and heading to the cloud. What impact, if any, will it have on big data and Hadoop?
Cloud monitoring can collect a range of performance data, but a crucial piece of the puzzle, networking, often falls short. A third-party network monitoring tool is essential to keep your cloud running up to par.
Windows Azure carries a reputation of being difficult to manage, but with Microsoft and third parties stepping up with several management tools, it can be difficult to sort through your options.
There are many tools out there for working with BI, but here we look at the top five Business Intelligence tools that are written using the Java language.
When creating a web page template with JSF, a developer needs to know the difference between ui:insert and ui:include. They're actually quite different, but the similar sounding names can create confusion. Here's a great example of when to use ui:insert and how to properly use ui:include.
What do you do once you've set up a handsome page template using the Facelets functions that come with JSF 2.x? Well, you start creating new pages, meshing those ui:define tags in with ui:composition and ui:insert. It's easier than it sounds, trust me.
The real penetration in cloud-based services is in storing data for applications other than data protection.
Cloud storage gateways appear likely to fade away as a discrete product category, but industry analysts predict the functionality will be integrated into major vendors' storage systems.
Although EMC looks to TwinStrata technology to turn the cloud into a storage tier from inside a SAN, one customer proves CloudArray has value without a separate SAN for primary, backup and disaster recovery storage.
Netskope's Cloud Report shows the average number of cloud apps used in the enterprise is growing -- but the majority of those apps lack proper security and policy controls.
Understanding the risks of cloud computing is key to protecting a cloud-centric enterprise. Ravila Helen White explains the three must-know dimensions of cloud risk.
With cloud attacks rising, enterprises must evaluate their cloud security controls well in advance. Dave Shackleford provides some best defense practices.
Hyper-V can perform two different types of live migration. Here's a look at how live migration with shared storage works and the different factors that can affect the move.
No matter what word follows the phrase "software defined," it catches IT professionals' attention. Here's a deeper look at the different software-defined options.
New technologies allow efficient VM-aware storage provisioning and management through the hypervisor.
At the TDWI Executive Summit in Boston, users talked about the benefits and challenges of incorporating the Agile methodologies long practiced in development circles into data warehouse and business intelligence projects.
The number of NoSQL database options is vast, and distinct product categories occupy separate niches. That makes it imperative to understand what works best for specific applications when evaluating NoSQL software.
SearchDataManagement's Joe Hebert and Ed Burns discuss the gulf between Hadoop hype and enterprise adoption that was highlighted at the 2014 TDWI conference in Boston.