Enterprises are looking to the cloud – not only for security, global scalability, and access to new technologies – but to fuel innovation and drive modernization through digital transformation. Join this webinar to hear how the drivers accelerating migrations to the cloud have evolved to include both operational and aspirational...
It’s a time of great change for service providers. Many have navigated the shift to supporting remote-first work models at scale, but challenges continue to mount as cybercriminals step up their activity and develop more complex threats. Effectively protecting data and systems has becoming more difficult, and the stakes for failure are higher than ever — for your clients, and for your own business as well.
In this paper, Confluent presents a sample currency exchange platform to illustrate the design and architecture of event-driven microservices using Apache Kafka and Confluent. At present, Apache Kafka and Confluent enable all microservice core principles. The functions of these technologies are optimal for microservices, including decoupling, separation of concerns, agility, and real-time streaming of event data. Developers can use their preferred tools to deploy microservices as Apache Kafka imposes no precomposed opinion in the Event-Driven Microservices code, build, and deployment toolchain. It's time for unparalleled productivity.
Disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic prompted business leaders to make fundamental changes to internal operations. Leaders realized they needed to factor in strategies to become more resilient and agile to adapt to unforeseen business disruptions. The future of operational agility will be driven by a dual-track approach to digital...
The most successful businesses know that they can never sit still; they must constantly change and innovate in response to customer demands, what competitors are doing, the dynamics of market forces and the availability of new technologies. And then, sometimes, change chooses you – like when a global pandemic hits...
Over the past decade, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) have moved from the realm of science fiction into the corporate and governmental mainstream. But while executives know what AI/ML is on a conceptual level, fewer leaders understand how to implement it to solve real business problems. In fact, one study by the SAS Institute on AI implementation in government reported that nearly 70% of respondents felt that they “don’t understand enough about AI to fully appreciate whether it will benefit our organization.” As a result, organizations often overlook the benefits of using AI to solve common business problems, like improving customer experience, reducing time spent on repetitive tasks, and monitoring security threats.
Integrating digital technology into all areas of a business is an ongoing process of changing the way you do business. It requires foundational investments in skills, projects, infrastructure, and often, new or rebuilt IT systems. Overcoming cultural challenges was important to IT leaders prior to 2021, but in the wake...
By automating project creation using FinancialForce, Salesforce improved utilization, project margins, and visibility into project profitability—saving considerable time and resources. Project burn reports, which used to take half a day to extract, are now pulled in seconds. For Salesforce’s executive team, FinancialForce powers a complete view of the company’s global project pulse that they can access anytime, anywhere.
Join our DevOps experts to map out your AI testing gameplan. We’ll cover several common challenges and pitfalls that sink companies’ testing strategies — and help you develop a customized test approach that drives faster, error-free software releases across your digital transformation journey. Manual testing can’t keep up with the...
Whether your legacy application is bogging down processes, too expensive to maintain, or no longer satisfying the end user, you know it’s time for an upgrade. What you might not know is what it will look like to go through the application development process, and what industry best practices you should expect along the way.
Businesses across industries have been on the path to transformation for years. The global pandemic, however, compressed timetables and accelerated timelines. Not only were companies forced to operate in ways they’d never done before – remotely, virtually and digitally – but they also faced challenges that only grew more acute during the crisis, from new consumer behaviors and expectations to supply chain constraints, to inefficiencies in work scheduling and internal processes. Learn more here.
There can be no doubt that enterprise access requirements have radically changed in recent years. Workforces are more mobile than ever before, and the COVID-19 pandemic has irrevocably accelerated remote work requirements and related challenges. The IT resources users access are no longer sequestered on secure business networks, but instead are distributed across a wide variety of public and private cloud and web services. Enterprise requirements to move to cloud infrastructures have broken down traditional security approaches. Additionally, digital transformation is driving increased user expectations for higher fidelity and lower friction experiences.
The OnLogic IoT Connect Kit has been unveiled by the brand as a solution for digital business transformation that would work in under an hour to quickly connect establishments to the cloud. The kit comes with an OnLogic Karbon 300 rugged PC that has been custom-configured along with Ethernet cables, a power supply, mounting clip, an hour of consultation with Cirrus Link Solutions and more. The system could help businesses to drastically enhance their capabilities in a relatively simple, time-efficient manner.
Every company in today’s digital economy is a technology company. Whether the focus is on logistics and shipping or manufacturing, no business can excel in today’s environment without being reliant on technology in some capacity, especially while remote. But technology requires a host of different types of roles and responsibilities to create and deploy these new business models, and that inherently comes with risks and security concerns.
The ever-increasing use of open source code combined with government requirements and recent high profile attacks are leading more organizations to adopt SBOMs as an integral part of their cybersecurity efforts. In this guide, you will learn:. How to use SBOMs. How to select the right SBOM standard. What components...
Over the last decade, businesses in every industry have been steadily drawn toward the scalability and flexibility of the cloud. That trend has only expanded under Covid, as business leaders realize how well the cloud model can support business continuity in a remote-first world. In fact, according to Gartner, cloud spending is forecasted to grow more than 18% in 2021, with 70% of organizations planning to increase their cloud spending because of the pandemic.
Simply migrating to the cloud will not automatically enable a “data-driven future.” What would clearly be better is a set of IT solutions, applications and capabilities that are based upon an integrated and flexible data foundation, a description that fits Oracle’s modern data platform strategy. In this report, ESG analysts evaluate Oracle’s integrated cloud data platform and explain how it efficiently, autonomously, and securely integrates all data, making it available, accessible, and useable, regardless of where in a hybrid cloud ecosystem it sits. Learn how this platform delivers on a comprehensive, integrated data ecosystem of applications, development capabilities, and data management tools that extend and complement Oracle’s core database and database expertise.
As the world move towards a circular economy, building a resilient and sustainable supply chain has emerged as a top business priority. Discover the three main processes companies need to address on this journey, and learn why data and AI are critical to transforming the supply chain.
In this TSIA panel discussion presented by FinancialForce and Salesforce, leaders from Salesforce, CLD, and Traction on Demand discuss what it means to be a customer-centric services organization and the key steps organizations can take to align around the customer. Register below to learn more.
Methods in Go let you attach behaviors to custom types, such as structs. Learn the basics of how to create and use methods, including how to work with values that are passed as pointers if you need to modify their contents.