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Survey: APIs Broaden Appeal – From Integration To ‘Fundamental Building Blocks’ for Software

As APIs continue to play a strong role in integration, in 2019 APIs will also become ‘fundamental building blocks’ to enterprise software. This is the finding from a survey from Postman, an API development tools provider. IDN speaks with CEO Abhinav Asthana.

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The 2018 Pivot for Dynamic Apps, DevOps: Live Deployment Monitoring Takes Center Stage Away From Container Orchestration

The yin-yang of dynamic apps and DevOps may come into a new balance in 2018. Container orchestration will be less important, while monitoring live deployments will become the crucial focus. This shift comes in large part due to big steps in Amazon Web Services, says Lee Atchison, senior director of strategic architecture at New Relic. IDN explores. 

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Red Hat Breaks Down Barriers to Enterprise Container Adoption with Latest Updates to OpenShift Container Platform

Red Hat’s latest update to its Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform sports features to strike a balance between providing a platform with no-nonsense support for mission-critical workloads, yet giving headroom for creativity and innovation.

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Oracle's Latest Container Clouds Aim To Make DevOps Open and Easy

Oracle is making it easier for companies to bring disruptive apps to life by bringing together several core ingredients – clouds, containers and PaaS. IDN speaks with Oracle execs about its latest Oracle Cloud updates --  Oracle Container Cloud Service and Oracle Application Container Cloud Service. 

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Tibco’s ‘Hybrid Gateway’ for APIs Delivers New-Gen Platform for Digital Business

Tibco Software is unifying API Management, ‘hybrid gateways’ and support for containers with its just-released Tibco Mashery Local 4.0. The product aims to provide a more flexible, secure and reliable end-to-end infrastructure for the digital enterprise -- whether using cloud, on-prem or both. IDN speaks with Tibco’s Ed Julson.

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2017 Survey: Security Professionals Say Their Enterprises Score ‘Below Average’ in Ability To Assess Cyber Risks

A survey from Tenable Network Security finds infosec professionals rank their enterprise’s ability to assess cyber risks as C-Minus, or below average.  IDN looks at 2017 Global Cybersecurity Assurance Report Card, and why rapid adoption of containers, cloud, mobile and IoT are causing some of the lack of confidence.  

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The Integration Modernization Journey - Agile, Microservices, Containers



  • Ken Parmelee - Business Unit Executive for Cloud Integration