Where low-code development works—and where it doesn’t

Large enterprises have traditionally faced a few core problems common to all companies. Accordingly, unified software solutions were created that could tackle these problems similarly across all organizations. Think widely...

How health care should take advantage of the cloud

The cloud has come to the health care sector, and it’s having an impact by saving some money. However, that’s not the real value of cloud computing for this sector,...

Going cloud-native costs more than you think

There is a bit of sticker shock out there. No, it’s not the big IaaS public cloud bill that will make you gasp, it’s the price of changing applications to...

IDG Contributor Network: The cloud-native era: More than just datacenters in the sky

Cloud—it’s all the rage, with enterprises everywhere adopting new strategies to migrate their applications and systems to the cloud. But companies that think of the cloud simply as a cost-effective...

Cloudops: The neglected part of cloud migration

It’s 2:00 a.m. A pager goes off in a suburban home. A bleary-eyed woman makes her way to a terminal hooked up to a 1200-baud modem. She works until 6:00...

GKE tutorial: Get started with Google Kubernetes Engine

will save us all. If only we could work out how to install and maintain it. For the uninitiated, Kubernetes (also known as K8s to your local neighborhood hipster...

The proof is in: Devops and cloud go great together

Devops needs cloud, and the cloud needs devops. Having one wthout the other means you don’t get the full potential of either.Why? Well the ability to build applications at the...

How Kubernetes conquers stateful cloud-native applications

The widespread misconception that Kubernetes was not ready for stateful applications such as MySQL and MongoDB has had a surprisingly long half-life. This misconception has been driven by a combination...

IBM launches resources for cloud-native Node.js apps

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3 surprise cloud trends for 2019—you heard them here first

The predictions about 2019 and 2020 cloud computing are starting to come out, and I don’t see anything that isn’t already obvious.Predictions like the “growth of cloud services” and “security...

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