In a software as a service (SaaS) infrastructure the service provider is responsible for the environments, and it has to respond to business needs faster than in an on-premises solution, pushing out enhancements and bug fixes to customers every day.
What pushes a technology system into a legacy system? Is it like the shelf life of tomatoes that will go bad because of their natural decomposing life cycle or is it because the system is ignored the same way a car engine will freeze up if it’s left for months unattended?
You may have heard the saying, "April Showers Bring May Flowers." April is traditionally a rainy month in various parts of the world. Rainy weather can cause downcast moods, but without the rainy season, we might not have the beautiful flowers that bloom in May! It just takes a few weeks of...
Two developers are chatting in their favorite coffee shop. Sharon says, “I like you, let's move in together”. “Sure” replies John, “great idea, but I don't want to share a room. You work in your office and I'll work in mine”. They agree to share digs and set off to find a new place.
Big Data, cloud, mobile, the Internet of Things all come together to make IT operations an overwhelming challenge to maintain efficient daily operations.
But merely maintaining is not enough, what about security and clients’ hesitancy to move to cloud? What about applications being available nonsto