I’ve been fascinated watching the progress of CRISPR gene editing technology. In short, biologists have uncovered a mechanism that single-cell organisms use to fight against viral attacks by storing a sample of a viruses’ DNA code and then seeking and destroying it wherever it can find it. An additional mechanism… Read More →
APIs are one of the key foundational technologies that makes digital business possible. APIs enable new ways of interacting with customers and expanding existing sales channels and partnerships for delivery of digital services and innovation. The rapid growth of embeddable developer services such as Google Maps, Twitter, Twillio, credit card… Read More →
With Amazon Web Services (AWS), you can provision compute power, storage, and other resources, gaining access to a suite of elastic IT infrastructure services as your business demands them. Among many other benefits, one of the major factors why this has been appealing is the ability to control costs in… Read More →
At TIBCO NOW today, TIBCO announced a new open source project named Project Mashling. This is an ultralightweight microgateway built on the Go language, that allows developers to event-enable microservices.
As first appeared on Innovation Enterprise. It’s an interesting paradox, but thanks to the ubiquity of Siri, Alexa, and Cortana, the virtual personal assistant (VPA) remains more synonymous with our homes than the workplace.
TIBCO is thrilled to announce the acquisition of nanoscale.io. This is a company with some innovative technology in the area of microservices tooling, which is key to building a new class of applications focused on edge computing architecture, where more processing is done using microservices at the edge of the network,… Read More →
What is Project Flogo? Last year, Project Flogo—designed specifically as an application integration framework for IoT—was introduced to the world as an Open Source Software (OSS) project. The idea is simple: You write a lightweight app via Flogo WebUI (or your favorite IDE), then build and push the single executable… Read More →
The world of integration is hybrid. Not only hybrid in the sense that you have on-premise and cloud-based applications, but also hybrid in the types of people that connect systems together or build something completely new. What really doesn’t change is the fact that people want to use the tools… Read More →
“But this worked in my environment” … “I tested this I swear” … “You sure it is my code?” These are typical responses you hear from developers when something goes wrong in production. There really isn’t anything anyone can do besides either debugging directly in production, or rolling back and… Read More →
Cloud-native microservices offer many benefits. You can develop, test, and deploy and maintain independent lightweight services. You can easily combine various technologies, including programming languages such as Java or Go, and tools like integration middleware. However, as you do not build monoliths anymore, ”that complexity has moved and […] increased… Read More →