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.
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Helping customers take control of their IT assets and turn them into their IT essentials is what Shadow-Soft is all about. Read on to learn how our technology expertise can help transform your business. For years, countless enterprises have hired…
Technology is changing and reinventing itself at an exponential pace. The potential for innovation has never been greater, but the reality is that most companies are still struggling with the basics of IT and can’t capitalize on this new paradigm.
Containers are highly efficient vehicles for developing and deploying apps. As container usage ramps up, the complexity of managing containers across the totality of your IT infrastructure rises exponentially – making a container management platform essential at the enterprise level. In this article we’ll look at five benefits of Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform.
We review five leading open source DevOps tools based on features and benefits, pricing, and support.
New open source technologies are changing the way organizations develop and deploy applications. In this article, we review four leading open source application servers. Compare each tool based on business benefits, feature set, and price.
DevOps describes a culture and set of processes that bring development and operations teams together to complete software development projects at a faster pace.
“Configuration management” refers to maintaining the integrity and consistency of hardware and software systems over time. In practice, the phrase is often used to describe configuring servers and automatically deploying them using prewritten scripts. In this article, we review three…
Many of you know about or will hear about CVE-2016-5195 aka Dirty COW. CVE-2016-5195 Bugzilla FAQ This particularly nasty kernel vulnerability has been around for years and likely affects a majority of the Linux nodes are currently running. The short…