Why are your inventors doing a job a robot could do, when they could be out there dreaming up new solutions? When developers build something for the first time, they are an inventor. When developers build the same thing a second time, they’re an engineer. When they build the same thing a third time, they’re an assembly line worker.
Posts By: Thomas Johnston
The rise of microservices and containerized environments comes with its own set of demands and challenges for developers. Developers are being asked to quickly and reliably bring new features to market, and adhere to strict best practices.
Large enterprises often run their businesses using vast, monolithic software applications that run everything from sales data and supply chain information to customer details, manufacturing, and more. Sometimes, it’s just too much.
If you’re looking for a secure, lightweight solution to consolidating and managing application environments, you might consider using containers. In this article, Thomas explores some of the benefits of using containers.
To stay competitive in 2017 and beyond, enterprise organizations are embracing DevOps methodologies and new technologies to accelerate innovation. In this article, Thomas shares some trends and technologies that are contributing to the rise of DevOps in the enterprise.
JBoss EAP is a Java-based application server and runtime. When compared to proprietary servers like Oracle’s WebLogic and IBM’s WebSphere, JBoss EAP offers the same features for less than a tenth of the cost. When compared to other open source…
The right enterprise service bus (ESB) tool can help your organization speed up application integration and go to market faster. Let’s look at five of the leading ESB tools. Compare each tool based on technical features and benefits, and enterprise support pricing.