External Relations Officer at RIPE NCC, Marco Hogewoning, questions what happens to the millions of increasingly vulnerable devices that could remain online for decades?
Does agile suit every industry? Can risk-averse sectors such as finance benefit from bringing testing into an agile methodology, or is there simply too much red tape and regulation to allow it to work successfully?
The role of DevOps capitalising benefits has become increasingly important, with developers and IT operations now working together closer than ever in an effort to continuously plan, develop, deliver, integrate, test, and deploy new applications and services in the hybrid cloud
Senior Manager for Enterprise Software Quality Assurance at Nedbank, Johan Steyn, shares the first chapter of his book ‘The Business of Software Testing’, a “must read for software quality and testing practitioners”. Will we find you swimming or sinking as the DevOps Tsunami hits?
iland’s Director Solutions Architect EMEA and APAC, Sam Woodcock, looks at how the cloud could have helped to avoid incidents such as mitigating the risk of sensitive data falling into the wrong hands
Compuware’s VP of Product Development, David Rizzo, offers advice on how organisations can maintain high-quality mainframe code as they work to increase velocity and efficiency across the business and roll out software more quickly
August marks a decade since the birth of DevOps, the movement that strives to unify development and operations through increased collaboration and automation in order to build, test and release software faster
Cloud advocates must defuse conflicts by acting as educators and guiding the rest of the business through the implementation, according to Richard Latham, Principal Consultant at KCOM