The misuse of the phrase 'cloud computing' has created misperceptions of the technology. Remember that the cloud isn't a location -- it's a more agile way to design IT services.
IT shops with specific workload requirements continue to choose specialty IaaS offerings over the more rigid services from cloud giants like AWS, Azure and Google.
Microsoft recently released Azure Functions to stand up to AWS Lambda. Learn how to get started with this event-driven service, and if it's the right fit for you.
Many traditional developers are worried that the cloud-native trend is leaving them behind. Fortunately, help is on its way to make existing code more Java cloud native compliant.
Docker offers two new projects: a toolkit for building secure, lean and portable Linux subsystems and a way for developers to collaborate on interchangeable components.
Oracle Code is a software conference that both promotes Oracle's cloud computing message, while providing useful knowledge to full-stack developers.
A few months ago, Uber released its self-developed data visualization tool into the open source world. Now it hopes innovation will flow back into the company.
Three software vendors have taken the lead in the market for self-service BI tools. This chart can help you sort out the differences between these common software applications.
Sisense is betting that machine learning algorithms can improve its data discovery experience, a move that could soon become the new standard in self-service analytics.
Several companies are augmenting their Oracle database workloads with NoSQL Cassandra. Why?
Vitamix had Oracle E-Business Suite up and running in 18 months. The blender maker's director of IT details ways to address six challenges you may face when implementing Oracle EBS.
The amount of documentation required for a successful upgrade to Oracle EBS 12.2.5 is daunting. An experienced DBA offers pointers to ensure that the upgrade goes smoothly.
The race to transform legacy IT into a cloud-first operation might be moving slower than you think. Take this quiz and see if your company's progress is ahead of the curve.
Mobile development is tricky and harder still when trying to integrate it with an enterprise platform. MBaaS has the potential to simplify things. Expert Tom Nolle explains.
Visual Basic apps were never meant to run in the cloud, but with automated code conversion tools, their tried-and-true business logic can be refactored and reused.