DevOps has taken the IT world by storm over the
last few years and continues to transform the
way organizations develop, deploy, monitor, and
maintain applications, as well as modifying the
Cloud computing has been gaining momentum for
years. As the technology leaves the early adopter phase and
becomes mainstream, many organizations find themselves scrambling
to overcome the challenges that come with a more distributed
infrastructure. One of those difficulties is getting through a major
Cloud computing has been gaining momentum for years. Many
more enterprises see public cloud as their top priority, up from 29 percent in
2017 to 38 percent in 2018 according to the RightScale “State of the Cloud
Report” published in 2018. As the technology leaves the early adopter phase and
becomes mainstream, many organizations find themselves scrambling
to overcome the challenges that come with a more distributed infrastructure.
One of those difficulties is getting through a major cloud migration.
Cloud computing has been gaining momentum for years. As the technology leaves the early adopter phase and becomes mainstream, many organizations find themselves scrambling to overcome the challenges that come with a more distributed infrastructure. One of those difficulties is getting through a major cloud migration.
It is one thing to roll out a few applications and cloud pilot projects, it is an entirely different challenge to start using the cloud across multiple lines of business at massive scale. That is the point that organizations are beginning to reach, and the time has come to take a serious look at cloud migration best practices.
Every industry is going through digital transformation. Whether retail, manufacturing, media, finance, or software - in order to survive organizations are changing the way they operate in order to meet the demands of today’s connected customers. Whether it’s Uber redefining urban transportation for consumers, Slack enabling teams to collaborate in totally new ways, or Docker rivaling legacy virtualization providers, innovation is being powered by technology, and it’s happening faster than ever before.
DevOps has taken the IT world by storm over the last few years and continues to transform the way organizations develop, deploy, monitor, and maintain applications, as well as modifying the underlying infrastructure. DevOps has quickly evolved from a niche concept to a business imperative and companies of all sizes should be striving to incorporate DevOps tools and principles.
Larger organizations run into problems when monolithic architectures cannot be scaled, upgraded or maintained easily as they grow over time. Microservices architecture is an answer to that problem. It is a software architecture where complex tasks are broken down into small processes that operate independently and communicate through language-agnostic APIs.
This Aberdeen Group report reveals that Best-in-Class organizations are delivering process management capability to their non-technical business users faster and more efficiently, and leveraging these optimised processes for a substantial reduction in operating cost and cycle time.
Published By: Appistry
Published Date: Oct 11, 2007
Organizations serving the intelligence & defense community rely on the performance of their applications for more than revenue - national security depends upon those applications for mission-critical operations. This industry profile details how Appistry provides the reliability and performance demanded by intelligence & defense organizations.
Published By: Applause
Published Date: Jul 14, 2017
You only get once chance to make a first impression and a good impression of your product is key to keeping customers engaged and happy. Gain access to six steps that will help your organization launch an intuitive app with the support of crowdsourced usability testing in our free eBook.
Consumers expect a seamless, high-quality experience in today’s mature app economy. They want brands to keep up with new technologies like geo-fencing and personalization, as well as the latest ecosystems like voice assistants and connected cars.
With this high bar for quality, QA organizations often struggle to keep up with:
1. Rapid Release Schedules
3. New Technologies (Voice, AI)
4. Geo-Awareness and Localization 5. Device Fragmentation
6. Unexpected Customer Use Cases
The cost of failure is high in QA. Time, money, and customer loyalty are all at risk when digital experiences don’t meet users’ high expectations.
Explore the world of business apps for iPad and start transforming the way you work. Discover apps to stay productive in the office or on the go. There are a world of possibilities with in-house app development for iPad. Explore what businesses are creating in-house and get started building breakthrough apps for your employees. With apps from the app store or in-house apps, you'll always have the right information at the right time. You can even learn about different ways on how apps can be distributed in your organization. There will also be a Q&A segment where viewer questions will be answered by Apple Business Experts skilled in iPad integration and deployment.
Many executives are concerned about trends such as high demand for resources and the acceleration of business. They also question whether their traditional planning, budgeting, and forecasting tools will allow them to be successful...or even survive. This white paper reviews common traditional budgeting problems and provides answers for your organization.
This whitepaper will help organizations understand how driver based planning and control activities can be transformed into the proactive management function that add greater value through faster decision making.
Your business partners need IT to deliver innovation and agility, but traditional budgeting processes struggle to do either. Interested in adopting a zero-based budgeting approach to your organization? Download this eBook to learn:
- The limitations of traditional budgeting vs. zero-based budgeting
- How to benchmark your budgets against business outcomes
- Five myths about zero-based budgeting and why they are wrong
- How to confidently build zero-based budgets with the right tool
Getting AppRat right is no easy task. We know how complicated identifying, prioritizing and sizing business-critical applications can be in large, enterprise organizations. So, we’ve used more than a decade worth of experience to identify the top 8 most critical considerations for a successful application rationalization initiative.
Download the Application Rationalization Framework eBook to:
- Replace guesswork with facts.
- Stop counting licenses and start defining business value.
- Reject one-and-done initiatives that aren't repeatable.
This eBook outlines how organizations can leverage showback and chargeback to impact IT costs—to improve awareness and accountability, and to shape demand and consumption.
Follow the guiding principles outlined in this eBook so you can:
- Eliminate labor-intensive manual billing
- Get rid of high-level, indefensible IT allocations
- Put an end to the notion that IT is free
- Reduce frustration by business leaders about their IT costs
With increased adoption, cloud footprints are getting larger and more unwieldy to manage. Organizations know they must analyze and consolidate their cloud bills to stop cloud waste eating into OpEx budgets. Extensive cloud adoption driven by a “cloud-first” mandate isn’t inherently sprawl, but do you know the business initiatives that spend is supporting? What alternatives did you consider? How is spend tracking?
Download this guide to stop cloud sprawl from undercutting your IT strategy.
Learn how Intuit’s CFO Melanie Gallagher used the findings from AppZen to save hundreds of thousands of dollars in T&E leakage. She went step further to join force with managers and Human Resources across the organization to create standardized policies relating to expense report conduct.
Spend-related regulatory violations come in the form of different types of payments or gifts, including those to sanctioned organizations or people; debarred organizations or people; organizations or people on an export control list; foreign officials or government-owned entities; politically-exposed people; and healthcare professionals or organizations.
How do you know if you have these violations hiding in your organization's expenses, contracts, or invoices?
It’s not easy to weed them out, and if you don’t have an automated, systematic approach, doing so is prohibitively time consuming.
But by following the five steps outlined in this white paper, marketers can more easily bridge the gap between budget and bottom line.
1. Plan ahead to align organization with strategy
2. Gain an expanded view of your marketing spend
3. Develop valuable content
4. Distribute content through the right channels at the right time
5. Track - and adjust - your performanc