With technology trends and business applications evolving very quickly, by the time budgets are approved for IT spend, the software in question may no longer be relevant. Progress Software believes it can address this, writes Stephanie Augustin.
Progress Software Corporation has announced the availability of new data connectivity and application capabilities as part of its Progress Pacific application platform-as-a-service (aPaaS).
The enterprise IT world today is more applications-centric, with new layers of complexity and new headaches for the IT department. CA Technologies hopes to simplify all this with its APM suite and related management products.
CA Tech is urging CIOs to embrace disruptive technologies such as the cloud, mobile, social and big data management analytics, to transform business and drive competitive advantage. Gabey Goh reports from CA World 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A slew of new product and acquisition announcements opened the second day of CA World 2013 in Las Vegas, Gabey Goh reports.
There is a collaborative gap between the IT and business sides of many organizations, as well as a gap between the rising relevance of IT to business innovation and the funds available to invest in it -- IBM's Rational unit hopes address both these gaps by expanding the DevOps movement to encompass the entire organization.
The differences between the Western and Eastern world are often neglected, but they simply shouldn't be – as is with the case of the configuration management movement, writes OlinData CEO and founder Walter Heck.
This year will see big data growing up, security taking on a new dimension, and the ‘Internet of Things’ becoming more ubiquitous, IT management solutions provider CA Technologies said in a statement outlining its top five IT predictions for 2013.
Businesses today are built on software, yet the way applications are developed in your typical organization is dysfunctional and perhaps even disastrous. This has given birth to the DevOps movement, which hopes to break down the walls between development and operations teams who seemingly have conflicting agendas.
HP has announced enhanced software offerings that increase collaboration between development, testing, infrastructure and operations teams, claiming they help organizations break down IT silos so they can quickly deliver high-quality, innovative applications -- in other words, the company’s first foray into the DevOps environment.