IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced that it is bringing a greater level of control,
security and flexibility to cloud-based application development and delivery
with a single-tenant version of Bluemix, IBM's platform-as-a-service. The new
platform enables developers to build applications around their most sensitive
data and deploy them in a dedicated cloud environment to help them capture
the benefits of cloud while avoiding the compliance, regulatory and
performance issues that are presented with public clouds.
IBM is also introducing a new, private API catalog on its public instance of
Bluemix. which will help developers to more easily access their on-premise
data as their organizations experiment with and build hybrid cloud
strategies. Building on its global expansion of developer resources and
tools, IBM also announced it is expanding its Bluemix Garage network to
AppDynamics, the application intelligence leader for software-defined
businesses, announced the general availability of the AppDynamics Fall '14
Serving the combined needs of IT and business teams across the enterprise,
the latest release provides a comprehensive view across all aspects of
digital performance in ultra large scale deployments. AppDynamics delivers
Application Intelligence by building out advanced capabilities across the key
areas of analytics, unified monitoring and DevOps.
The Fall '14 Release of the AppDynamics Application Intelligence platform
Splunk Enterprise Voted Best Business Application by V3 Readers
Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK), provider of the leading software platform for
real-time Operational Intelligence, today announced that Splunk® Enterprise
has been named Best Business Application at the fifth annual V3 Technology
Awards. The awards recognize the best products, vendors and individuals in
the U.K. technology industry. Splunk Enterprise was shortlisted in the Best
Business Application category by the V3 editorial team and the winners were
decided based on votes from V3 readers.
“This win means a great deal ... (more)
Brillio, a global technology consulting, software, and business solutions
company, announced its 2015 trends predictions. From 'computing anywhere'
mobile to risk-based security, and from the Internet of Things (IoT) to
cognitive analytics, Brillio foresees the gap between digital leaders and
digital laggards widening significantly over the next twelve months.
With the amalgamation of the real and virtual worlds, connectivity
everywhere, the inundation of intelligence everywhere, and the accumulative
technological impact of the digital business shift, businesses are asking --
CA Technologies, Lingotek Bring Continuous Delivery to Global Technical
Mobile, the cloud and data have upended traditional ways of doing business.
Agile, continuous delivery and DevOps have stepped in to hasten product
development, but one crucial process still hasn't caught up. Continuous
content delivery is the missing limb of the success ecosystem. Currently
workers spend countless, non-value add hours working in independent silos,
hunting for versions, manually pushing documents between platforms, all while
trying to manage the continuous update and flow of multilin... (more)