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Deciding whether to merge BPM and the cloud

There is more that should go into the decision to move toward cloud-based BPM than just a prerogative to move to the cloud. Steve Weissman explains what to consider.


Microsoft Azure platform offers flexible app dev tools

For businesses looking to modernize legacy apps, Microsoft Azure App Service hosts several features that let users create web, mobile and Azure API apps in the cloud.


Figuring out the best mobile test plan

Expert George Lawton discusses the best ways to plan out a mobile test strategy that works for your business goals.


The Oracle PaaS brings app development to the cloud

With a number of cloud-based tools for mobile development, custom coding and collaboration, the Oracle platform as a service helps businesses modernize their applications.

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    O'Reilly keynotes focus on people, performance

    The dream of distributed computing has clearly become a reality for many -- a reality that has forced development teams to think hard about how they manage their resources.

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    A conference for architects, even 'accidental' ones

    The O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference kicks off in New York City on Sunday, and organizers are looking to help both career architects and 'accidental' architects.

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    An inside look at NGINX Plus R12

    NGINX Plus is now available and brings notable changes to the functionality it provides for both app development and operations teams. Here, we look at five major changes.