IT Operations

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Skytap on AWS—What Does It All Mean?

By Noel Wurst    |    March 26, 2014    |    Development and Testing, Product Development, IT Operations

​If you follow Skytap here on our blog, or on Twitter, LinkedIn, or any of the other places we frequent, you more than likely saw a wealth of information related...

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Caught! The Real Culprit of Shadow IT

By Noel Wurst    |    March 13, 2014    |    IT Operations

Once you learn the definition of shadow IT, it shouldn’t be too shocking to learn how widespread it is at companies large and small all over the world. I...

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On-Demand: The Concept of Hybrid Applications

By Alison Pinter    |    February 27, 2014    |    Development and Testing, IT Operations

​In our recent webinar, "The Concept of Hybrid Applications," Seth Payne, Sr. Technical Product Manager for Skytap, took a look at a growing trend amongst forward-thinking enterprise teams. With the...

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Theresa Lanowitz on Solving Age-Old Problems in the Enterprise

By Noel Wurst    |    February 26, 2014    |    Development and Testing, IT Operations

Noel: Hello, this is Noel Wurst with Skytap and I am speaking with Theresa Lanowitz today, who is the founder of voke. Theresa is going to be giving a...

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What’s Really Driving the Consumerization of IT?

By Noel Wurst    |    January 22, 2014    |    IT Operations

We hear all the time about the consumerization of IT. It almost gets as much prime headline real estate as big data, but now that we’ve all started accepting...

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What Are NoSQL Databases?

By Seth Payne    |    January 20, 2014    |    Product Development, IT Operations

SQL databases, in all their varieties, have served as the backbone of critical business applications for nearly three decades. SQL has provided application developers with a robust platform to store...

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How CI Is Coming to Mean “Continuous Innovation” in the Enterprise

By Noel Wurst    |    January 15, 2014    |    Development and Testing, IT Operations

Asking the question, “What is enterprise software?” or, “What is enterprise software designed to do?” will get you an infinite number of answers. I know, because I’ve asked this...

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CES 2014 Sees Increased Interest in the Enterprise

By Noel Wurst    |    January 10, 2014    |    Development and Testing, IT Operations

There was a time when CES was essentially only a toy store. That may sound absurd, but it’s true. The TVs, phones, video game systems, and computers were for...