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  • Seven Steps for Improving Cloud Security with Business Integration

    For business owners and information technology professionals, cloud computing has represented a significant advancement in terms of efficiency and supportability. But like with any major shift in the IT industry, the cloud brings a host of new security risks. Let’s take a look at the most common risks associated with integrating cloud-based business systems and how to manage them appropriately.

  • How the Boston Children’s Hospital Is Innovating on Top of an Open Cloud

    Hybrid and open clouds are rising as an alternative to giants like AWS. This article explains how Boston Children’s Hospital uses this technology for more rapid diagnosis and data processing.

  • Why and How Database Changes Should Be Included in the Deployment Pipeline

    Eduardo Piairo on why databases and applications should coexist in the same deployment pipeline and different scenarios and steps to achieve it.

  • InfoQ Call for Articles

    InfoQ provides software engineers with the opportunity to share experiences gained using innovator and early adopter stage techniques and technologies with the wider industry. We are always on the lookout for quality articles and we encourage practitioners and domain experts to submit feature-length (2,000 to 3,000 word) papers that are timely, educational and practical.

  • The Five Steps to Building a Successful Private Cloud

    Increased competition among public cloud vendors, territorial regulations, and business demands have all contributed to a rise in multi-cloud strategies. In this article, Nicolas Brousse from Adobe explains five key components of successful private cloud implementation.

  • The Future of Serverless Compute

    As Serverless approaches end of early-adopter phase, Mike Roberts puts on prediction goggles on where this movement is going next and what changes are needed from organizations in order to support it.

  • Q&A on Starting and Scaling DevOps in the Enterprise

    The book Starting and Scaling DevOps in the Enterprise by Gary Gruver provides a DevOps based approach for continuously improving development and delivery processes in large organizations. It contains suggestions that can be used to optimize the deployment pipeline, release code frequently, and deliver to customers.

  • Article Series: Cloud and "Lock-in"

    With the fast-pace of cloud changes (new services, providers entering and exiting), cloud lock-in remains a popular refrain. But what does it mean, and how can you ensure you're maximizing your cloud investment while keeping portability in mind?

  • Multi-Cloud Is a Safety Belt for the Speed Freaks

    Cloud bursting! On-premises! Hybrid cloud! Off-premises! Multi-cloud! These are phrases author Michael Coté heard over the past 10 years when covering cloud as an analyst, strategist, and now evangelist. Each of them makes logical sense, especially on a big whiteboard with boxes and arrows going to and fro. In recent times, it’s the last - multi-cloud - that he's seen in actual practice the most.

  • The Way to No-Hotfix Deployment

    Hot-fix redeployment is a waste of time and effort at best, and often a source of further regression, Adam discusses some ready-to-use techniques that helped he and his team reduce the frequency of hot-fix deployments to almost zero.

  • Microservices in the Real World

    An interview with Alexander Heusingfeld and Tammo van Lessen about getting operations involved in architecture and dealing with "us vs. them" behavior when applying DevOps, how to use the Self-Contained Systems approach to modernize software systems, similarities and differences between Self-Contained Systems and microservices, improving deployment pipelines and using measurements in deployment.

  • Toward Agile Architecture: Insights from 15 Years of ATAM Data

    The authors have concluded after analyzing 15 years of Architecture Trade-Off Analysis Method (ATAM) data across 31 projects that modifiability, performance, availability, interoperability, and deployability are key quality attributes for Agile practitioners.

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