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Ranjith Velisoju | August 2, 2018
Overview Performance testing in the early phases of the software development lifecycle delivers business benefits to the end customer in the most efficient and cost-effective way. This also helps when considering performance testing as part of the Continuous Integration process and not a standalone exercise late in the game. Performance testing is the most crucial phase of any project before... + continue reading
Goutam Giri | May 3, 2018
Overview Salesforce is a leading CRM software and enterprise cloud ecosystem. It allows sales people to track their sales and support people to track their cases, and enables the entire company's employees to collaborate with each other. IBM Business Process Manager provides powerful authoring, testing, deployment, and visibility tools to build and manage better business processes. It... + continue reading
Vinitesh Gulati | December 4, 2017
Serverless Event-Driven Applications In an age where cloud computing is becoming more and more ubiquitous, companies are adopting both cloud-native and hybrid solutions. It is very cost-effective and saves a lot of the overhead involved in setting up and managing the infrastructure or servers. These cloud-based applications are designed and written in terms of small chunks or single... + continue reading
Mike Hastie | November 28, 2017
In a recent Prolifics whitepaper comparing cloud providers using price for performance, we captured some very interesting observations. ​Firstly, these providers are all trying to stand out positively as leaders in one way or other. At the same time, they’re also trying to ensure they don't stand out negatively or fall behind. This results in all the larger providers having good,... + continue reading
Mike Hastie | November 24, 2017
In the not-so-distant past, IT professionals and consultancies would execute extremely large methodologies that were designed to ensure that details captured during business and technical interviews were used to complete “as-is” detail requirements. They then go into future state business design, or the “to-be” phase. Although I actually have no issue with this as an... + continue reading
Mike Hastie | November 14, 2017
Whether we got into IT because we had an interest in it or because it was required for college or a job, we all start out by digging in. This could involve formal training or a bunch of reading and experiments, but in the end, we all end up with a set of broadly applicable IT concepts—and, for most us, a deeper understanding in an area or two. As we do more things and our experience grows... + continue reading