With all the hype around hybrid cloud, many companies say they're using the model when they're really just using both public and private cloud. What makes it a true hybrid cloud?
Take it from the experts: Migrating an application to the cloud doesn't have to be as hard as it seems. But that doesn't mean you can jump in without proper planning and forethought.
Hadoop is becoming the popular enterprise choice for big data analytics, but getting your data there isn't so simple. Apache Sqoop is stepping in to help bring the vital data from your database to Hadoop.
A mobile test app veteran discusses why Appium is his first choice in testing tools.
Is computer programming becoming a trade? Technically speaking, you can skip college, go to coding school and land a good job. Here's why that's a bad idea.
Is the PCI DSS a sufficient guideline for implementing an application security program? Should organizations take steps beyond the mandated PCI compliance checklist?
Executives can't think of a mobile worker as simply one who doesn't sit in a cube. Rather, empowerment commences by assessing employee needs.
In this Q&A, Glenfield Digital Group Managing Director Richard Sojka describes lessons learned about hybrid development and software projects.
Expert Amy Reichert discusses API mashups, REST and SOAP.
CloudBees has put their runtime PaaS offering behind them, choosing to focus on their on-premise enterprise Jenkins products instead.
One of the most anxiously anticipated Java 8 features was the addition of Lambda expressions. But after almost a year since their release, are they actually being adopted, and will they really have any impact on how JavaEE applications are developed?
Organizations that don't make a bee line to HTML5 won't have access to a dynamic range of audio and video features.
Application integration can be broken into two layers. One is interfaces and addressing, the other is deployment and management practices. Get to the bottom of solutions for both.
Unified communications and collaboration was outdated before it had a chance to catch on, but one expert explains how it could have a second life with the cloud.
Is single-tenant SaaS still viable? Do cloud providers even offer true single tenancy? What are some examples of SaaS single-tenant apps?