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TREND ANALYSIS: There is a lot of development going on in blockchain, cryptocurrency, coins and security tokens and distributed ledgers, as vendors look to improve on basic plumbing of blockchain frameworks like Ethereum and Hyperledger or make their own.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: With the growing momentum in cloud-native technologies, such as Kubernetes, Istio and AWS App Mesh, questions about the future of network security, containers and meshes is becoming a really relevant one.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Cloud Elements 3.0 enables APIs to work in uniform ways across hundreds of applications while sharing common data models.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: New IT jobs will require adeptness in relatively new fields such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science. Better get prequalified.
eWEEK is building a new IT products and services section that encompasses most of the categories that we cover on our site. In it, we will spotlight the leaders in each sector, which include enterprise software, hardware, security, on-premises-based systems and cloud services. We also will...
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The workplace has become a multi-faceted beast, and the interactive technologies that have been emerging during the past decade have made workplaces more flexible, productive and satisfying in order to solve these issues.
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JOIN US: This is a chat-based conversation with DevOps experts Kate Catlin of CircleCI and Oracle Principal Engineer Karthik Gaekwad about the state of rapid development here in 2019. It's a format change from previous #eWEEKchats, but we're going to give it a go!
The second major Linux kernel milestone release for 2019 is now available, bringing with it support for using persistent storage as regular system memory, as well as a new Linux Security Module (LSM).
NEWS ANALYSIS: At the opening of its new San Jose, Calif. headquarters HPE showed off advances in security, big data and artificial intelligence as well as a new approach to wooing big corporate customers.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Dell had become excessively risk averse, and it needed to make a change so that it could again accept reasonable risks in order to advance in the market. Here's how the company approached this issue.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Machine learning and artificial intelligence can be hard terms to define, so how does this play into security product marketing? Are the terms being oversold--or undersold--to potential buyers? Here are some suggestions on what questions to ask security vendors.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: Desigual had a five-month runway to deliver an assisted-shopping application and one additional month to roll it out. With Docker's help, it was delivered and deployed on time and efficiently.