Vendor Forum

April 30, 2024
Jack McCurdy

We live in a highly autonomous and technological world. We rely on machines and technologies to provide great services and satisfaction, often over human operators. Yet still, behind it all is humans. Humans developing technology, operating technology, overseeing the technology. This is why we should be focused on enabling human-centric development ...

April 29, 2024
Blane Sims

As organizations increasingly harness artificial intelligence (AI) to power various functions, the integrity, security, and reliability of the data inputted into these systems become paramount. This approach is fundamental in avoiding pitfalls during model training, a challenge commonly recognized by AI developers ...

April 25, 2024
Dotan Nahum
Check Point Software Technologies

Remember that troublesome Terraform misconfiguration that leaked sensitive keys? Security incidents like that are the stuff of developer nightmares. Safeguarding our Infrastructure as Code (IaC) becomes a non-negotiable part of the DevSecOps game. Policy as Code (PaC) steps in to assist us in staying ahead of the curve with the sheer volume of IaC templates, scripts, and modules. Here are five steps to securing IaC with PaC ...

April 23, 2024
Kenn Hussey
Ambassador Labs

I often find myself contemplating the practical usefulness of some of these "buzzier" trending terms in our industry, as I'm sure the rest of you are as well. Particularly, my recent focus has been on the actual utilization and usefulness of the "Platform as a Product" (PaaP) strategy ...

April 22, 2024
Adam Sandman

A transformative shift is happening at the intersection of software and hardware — particularly in the realm of digital twins — as the lines between software and hardware blur. As a result, organizations need to adapt quickly to this dynamic landscape ...

April 18, 2024
Mark Troester

The runaway train of change continues at a relentless pace in the world of IT infrastructure. As computing drives from on-premises to the cloud out to the edge, the proliferation of devices shows no sign of letting up either ... What does this mean for DevOps? ...

April 16, 2024
Jean-Louis Vignaud

In today's business climate, companies are focused on reducing operating expenses, increasing customer value, and growing profit margins. With such objectives in mind, more businesses are adopting Value Stream Management (VSM), which prioritizes these and other business objectives. In fact, according to 2024 Value Stream Management Trends, a new survey of global business and IT leaders, VSM adoption and maturity continue to improve, and adopters report significant and widespread benefits ...

April 10, 2024
David Brooks

Since the inception of DevOps practices, technology providers in this field have generally focused on a single aspect of the Software Development Lifecycle. Some expanded their product lines with additional discreet offerings, but for the most part, a vendor provided either Planning, Orchestration, or Testing. They didn't combine the three in a single platform ...

April 09, 2024
Ty Sbano

As companies grapple with the rapid integration of AI into web applications, questions of risk mitigation and security are top of mind. AI-infused coding and secure defaults offer the potential for improved security, but organizations are still challenged with practical steps beyond just writing intent into policies and procedures. Further there are unique challenges with consumer-facing models not related to work, but something that must be managed as part of the growing attack surface ...

April 04, 2024
Mark Troester

Recently, platform engineering has become the next big thing, sparking interest in its focus on developing self-service internal developer platforms (IDPs) for streamlined software delivery and lifecycle management ... In platform engineering, the platform is supported by layered services or tools, created and maintained by a dedicated product team, designed to help the needs of software developers by essentially stitching together components to create a frictionless developer experience ...

April 02, 2024
Tushita Gupta
Redgate Software

According to data from Redgate's 2024 The State of the Database Landscape report, 79% of businesses are running a multiplatform database environment, up from 62% in 2020. And it's not just that new, niche products are entering the market; the overall popularity of traditional juggernauts, such as SQL Server and MySQL, is wavering ...

April 01, 2024
Rui Ribeiro

Today, more than 98% of websites around the world use JavaScript as their go-to client-side coding language. But this use introduces challenges — today the average web page has more than 60 third-party scripts that are unmonitored and have uncontrolled access to forms and data anywhere on the page. Here are four examples of challenges businesses are facing as a result ...

March 25, 2024
Peter Schneider
Qt Group

Software developers probably don't need to worry as much as they think about GenAI taking their jobs. But they do need to think twice about which language model they use. In fact, the Large Language Model (LLM) space is seeing something of a code generation arms race. How do you know which one's right for you? ...

March 21, 2024
Sandeep Hinduja
Newgen Software

Low-code development has been around for some time but has gained traction in recent years with a remarkable surge in its market share ... Financial institutions are using low-code for process automation, data modeling and visualization, data security, building customer-engaging applications, and more. Let's explore how this technology drives innovation in the financial services industry ...

March 20, 2024
Dotan Nahum
Check Point Software Technologies

Role Based Access Control (RBAC) is a method for regulating access to computer or network resources based on the roles of individual users within an organization. In RBAC, access permissions are grouped by role name, and access to resources is restricted to users who have been authorized to assume the associated role ...


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