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The future of DevOps is a vital business concern. A current issue is transforming DevOps agility into real Business agility.
This remote working paper is aimed at managers and team members of the effective, resilient, teams needed to manage business continuity in the “new normal”.
This report spotlights the evolution of APIs from EDI to EAI to the API Economy. Companies can add value by opening up their data in a controlled, secure way.
Predictive analytics refers to the ability to predict events before they occur, allowing you to take remedial action in advance. Prescriptive analytics extends this concept by either suggesting the actions you should take or automating those actions.
IBM Streams (previously IBM InfoSphere Streams) is a high performance, low latency platform for analysing and scoring data in real-time. It is a part of the IBM Watson & Cloud Platforms.
We consider the relative merits of IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration running on Power Systems as compared to HANA, Exadata and SQL Server on x86-based platforms.
Reducing the risk of development failure - with cost-effective capture and management of requirements
Requirements management has been around for a long time as a systems engineering discipline, but it's suddenly getting interesting again.
The basic theme of this paper is to provide a comprehensive comparison of IBM's and Oracle's offerings for large-scale traditional data warehousing environments.
IBM’s data integration products provide three methods for delivering data: ETL (extract, transform and load), which provides bulk (batch) data loading functionality; data federation, which supports virtual data delivery; and data replication, which allows incremental updates. The use of ETL…
A couple of months ago I reported on the announcement of IBM InfoSphere Streams as the company's high end (complex) event processing platform. I also described IBM's approach to event processing...
Princeton Softech was founded in 1989. It specialises in delivering data and program synchronisation solutions to IS professionals who develop and maintain critical business applications. Its software is historically IBM mainframe based although, more recently, its products are currently being…