A smart strategy is to think of APIs as products, pinning down each detail of the user experience, and leveraging tools when possible to minimize the work it takes for effective management.
SmartBear’s annual testing community survey provides a look at the current state of software testing in the industry.
Fostering a culture where historically siloed departments now work together has a wide range of benefits for your company.
DevOps is more than a technological shift. It’s a cultural one. Here are tips on how to integrate DevOps into your company’s culture.
If you’ve been reading DevPro Journal’s series on blockchain, you may be wondering if you’re an ISV who has what it takes to be a successful blockchain developer. In our articles from Blockchain 101 to Blockchain as a Service, DevPro has been encouraging ISVs to investigate the opportunities blockchain...
Several IT advancements are helping to usher in the delivery and secure evolution of an exciting new future technology landscape.
Choosing to develop in the cloud can result in greater speed, agility, application quality, and security.
If you want a DevOps initiative to succeed, it's critical to get your team on board by explaining the “why” behind the plan and how each person can contribute to success.
Building understanding and cooperation between your development and security teams and automating testing can help you address security earlier in the development process and create secure code.
After a year where everything seemed to drastically change, one old adage will hold true: Rome wasn't built in a day; Neither was your cloud environment.
Considering the explosive growth in cloud computing (96% of companies use cloud services) and the “subscription-based economy” trend, it’s not surprising that many ISVs are supplementing (or replacing) their traditional perpetual licensing model with an “as a service” offering. Microsoft, for example, announced last year that it’s planning to...
Development teams report their organizations are addressing security sooner — but does that necessarily mean they’re doing it more effectively?
The applications that provide your clients with the greatest value are designed to meet their specific needs. Use this framework and these communication tips to collect the information you need.
DevOps and ITOps teams must evolve past monitoring into observability, which invites investigation by unlocking data from siloed log analytics applications.
Deploying and managing applications in the cloud will help you innovate faster, more cost effectively and with less risk.