Every increment in understanding and collaboration around the stack, delivery, governance and empowerment is a positive step forward in realising DevSecOps and safer applications.
By Patrick Debois, Director of Market Strategy, Snyk.
In December, IDC predicted that global digital transformation investments will total $6.8 trillion between 2020 and 2023, with 65% of the world’s GDP digitalised by 2022.
By Ruth Weatherall, Co-founder and Operations Director, UP3.
Containers and Kubernetes are the driving force behind how the industry is reinventing the way we build and run applications, fueling enterprise IT efficiency.
By James Petter, VP International at Pure Storage.
Only with a flexible integration layer built on the principles of API-led connectivity and reuse will today’s businesses be primed to become the digital innovation factories that tomorrow demands of them.
By Ian Fairclough, Vice-President of Services, Office of the CTO. EMEA, MuleSoft.
What precisely are the requirements of a DevOps practitioner, as opposed to an SRE, legacy developer, or operations manager? And do those specific requirements require a different approach to monitoring?
By Will Cappelli, Chief Technology Officer Europe and Head of Product Strategy at Moogsoft
For those in the ever-changing DevOps world, here are some best practices to reconnect with that can help you to start the new year off with the best foot first.
By Nick Mills, General Manager, EMEA, CircleCI.
Software application development is a profitable and high-growth industry, with the UK market estimated to reach a value of £32.8bn this year. To compete effectively and remain relevant, organisations have focused on making sure the entire lifecycle, from concept to release, is as short and efficient as possible.
By Mike O’Rourke, Chief R&D Officer, Digital.ai
The last six months have brought about some of the greatest shifts in the business world to date – and as a result, organisations have been under mounting pressure to turn up the heat on digital-led initiatives. This is all while employee numbers have decreased, where staff have been furloughed and other cost-cutting measures have been implemented, and as remote working has steeply increased.
By Yad Jaura, Product Marketing Manager at Netcall.
The coming together of Arcserve and StorageCraft means an expanded solutions portfolio, offering both simplification and agility to Channel partners, designed to provide end users with a comprehensive approach to the backup and recovery challenges of the digital world. SDC Channel talks to Arcserve’s Vice President Sales, EMEA, Richard Massey and Acting Chief Marketing Officer, Florian Malecki.
Neil Cornish, Ecosystem Development Manager at Tech Data UK, discusses the collaboration between the UK Fashion & Textile Association, IBM, the Future Fashion Factory and Tech Data UK, to develop a new technology platform designed to help drive both sustainability and profitability within the fashion supply chain.
Coeus Consulting, an independent IT advisory focused on delivering strategic change, recently published the findings of its report: ‘The critical role of technology leaders in delivering on sustainability targets’. Graeme Trevayne, Associate Director at Coeus Consulting, talks through the survey results, highlighting the progress which has already been made, whilst suggesting that there is much more that can be done, not least when it comes to the need for some commonly agreed, IT sustainability objectives and the accompanying metrics.
Ragnar Agnell, Partner at Centigo and Sanjiv Sachdev, Director, Strategic Business Value Consulting at Serviceware, discuss how – through the right technology – CTOs and CIOs can lead the charge against climate change in their companies whilst also balancing the urgent need to optimise business costs amid a turbulent financial climate.
Nutanix has published the financial services findings of its global 2022 Enterprise Cloud Index (ECI) survey and research report, which measures enterprise progress with cloud adoption in the industry. The research showed that fewer financial services organisations have adopted multicloud than any other industry surveyed, trailing the global average by 10%. However, adoption is expected to nearly double from 26% to 56% in the next three years, in line with the global trend of evolving to a multicloud IT infrastructure that spans a mix of private and public clouds.