middleware

A 5-minute summary of the IDC API Market Share Report

IDC recently released its Worldwide Integration Middleware and API Management Software Market Shares, 2017 business report, which covers integration middleware and API management software. It’s full of interesting information, but most people won’t find the time to read all the details of the full report. So here’s a quick overview you can read in five […]

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The best technology grows and innovates over time

In 1993, as grunge and alternative music picked up momentum, the first beanie babies were released and Jurassic Park dominated the box office, computing was making big strides, too. The World Wide Web was born at CERN and Intel released the first Pentium microprocessor. IBM also released the world’s flagship enterprise messaging technology: MQ. Messaging […]

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Getting the most out of DevOps through cloud computing

Clients do not procure and purchase software products today the way they did in the past. Clients focus more on buying capabilities and solutions that help them move their business forward. In the cloud operating model, this becomes even more relevant, because installation, configuration and deployment are hidden from the users. Clients expect simplicity and […]

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Composing complex topologies using virtual patterns

Each virtual pattern is like a puzzle piece that can be used to compose a bigger and more complex topology.

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Middleware topology changes because of cloud

By de-consolidating these middleware and database blocks, we gain again higher flexibility and a far less complex environment.

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Relocated or born there?

In the early days of cloud in the enterprise, the focus was on taking existing workloads/applications and delivering them by way of the cloud.

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CIOs, are your applications on cloud nine?

Being on cloud nine refers to a state of extreme happiness. As a CIO, wouldn’t you be happy if your team supplied IT services demanded by your users, that were always available when needed and at an optimized cost?

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