Web services News
February 17, 2016
A series of AWS improvements that mostly flew under the radar will enhance users' ability to secure AWS and build serverless applications.
June 24, 2015
Amazon services produce an avalanche of log data. How can IT pros sort that data into actionable information?
May 20, 2015
Fluke Networks launches TruView Live. The Web-based service delivers SaaS performance monitoring. VoIP monitoring expected in the summer.
March 27, 2015
Amazon is hiring thousands of people, and where it’s hiring offers clues about where the AWS roadmap is headed.
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AWS CloudTrail is an application program interface (API) call-recording and log-monitoring Web service offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Continue Reading
IFTTT is an online service that automates Web-based tasks so that if one specified event occurs, another is triggered. IFTTT stands for "If This Then That" and the acronym is pronounced to rhyme with "gift." Continue Reading
BPM has seen a lot of changes in approach over the years -- and now designing microservices is the hot topic. But is combining microservices and BPM really the next big thing? Continue Reading
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The Amazon Elastic MapReduce Web service offers a managed Hadoop framework that enables users to distribute and process big data across dynamically scalable Amazon EC2 instances. Continue Reading
In Windows 10, Cortana can enhance user productivity with improved organization and Web searching, but it collects location and text information, as well as other data. Continue Reading
Developers put a lot of effort into their code, so they should take measures to back it up too. Several code repositories that work with AWS enable developers to sync and store app code. Continue Reading
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For many organizations, dealing with legacy software modernization is simply a painful fact of life. However, microservices may provide relief. Brad Irby explains how. Continue Reading
Software development teams in highly competitive marketplaces are constantly under pressure from their companies to be the first to market with the latest and greatest application. That's easier said than done. To streamline the product development process, businesses of all sizes are turning to the latest generation of application lifecycle management tools.
Offering features such as traceability, visibility, collaboration and virtualization testing, application lifecycle management tools help development teams reverse the "forest for the trees" mentality and narrow their focus on the parts instead of the whole project. By zeroing in on the individual tasks, developers are better able to track their progress, make adjustments as necessary and, ultimately, speed up the development cycle. Continue Reading
Network capacity management challenges are increasing at a faster rate than ever with the robustness of the Internet of Things. Continue Reading
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Middleware tools can present a huge vulnerability, enough to offset their benefits. However, with some simple steps you can protect yourself and your data. Continue Reading
Successfully integrating a third-party API into an enterprise application requires the development team to find ways to test and ensure outside code. Continue Reading
When a Red Hat cluster goes into production, you can protect it by configuring a supported high-availability service. Here's how. Continue Reading