Dan Hartveld, CTO at Red Ant, looks at the pros and cons of DevOps in order to work out whether it is here for the long term
Popular price comparison website changes its development tool of choice from Microsoft to open-source Node.js
Fin Goulding tells Computing that DevOps is just about increasing efficiency - not about new tools or job titles
'We want to support all the tools and frameworks our customers are using' says data platform marketing director Tiffany Wissner
Harley-Davidson and Bristow Helicopters tell Computing about the huge potential they see in DevOps
'Every app is different' says Microsoft
Build 2015: Microsoft builds a case for DevOps as research reveals 40 per cent of software projects suffer costly downtime
$100,000 cost for every hour of downtime has encouraged team to make changes
IT vendors commonly co-operate to standardise platforms these days, but Cloudera and MapR say a firm 'no' to Hortonworks' ODP collaboration
Dan Osipov, data engineer at music app and media streaming service Shazam, explains why Facebook's Presto is quicker by design
'If you're doing something more than twice a day automate it' says MercadoLibre while Pivotal explains why it is open-sourcing all its software
Being based on Hadoop from the beginning has made a big difference to our ability to innovate, says Spotify's Josh Baer
Building society chooses testing software from TestPlant to support its transition to digital services
Budget airline deploys Couchbase to help it become more responsive to passengers' 'sob stories'
'If I want 1,000 servers tomorrow, I can guarantee they'll be up,' Dan Huddart, head of development at RSA tells Computing
IR35 anti-avoidance measure is cost-effective, claims HMRC in report
The online gambling company shifted from Java and .NET to the programming language developed by Ericsson
Analyst prediction comes as Computing prepares to host its first ever DevOps Summit
UPDATED: Windows Store sells illegally published video game, and others of suspect origin. Has Microsoft stopped curating its apps?
Developer says Windows Store users are being 'scammed'
Pete Williams says M&S might also be interested in opening up its own data for public use
Taylor has headed three major projects that all aim to ensure News UK has the edge over its rivals
Support for SPDY protocol to be phased out in early 2016 in favour of HTTP/2, says Google
Julian Bond talks to Computing about the latest developments - mobile and otherwise - at British blind manufacturer Hillarys
Newspaper publisher has had to team up with app development agencies because it lacks in-house expertise
Interview: Darren Price, group CIO, and Ian Hood, group chief digital officer, drive change at RSA Insurance
Price and Hood take time out from a group-wide desktop upgrade, a major migration to Microsoft collaboration tools, a move to more flexible and agile working, and an ongoing recruitment drive to explain why the insurance giant is embracing so much change...