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  • Intro to Low Code

    Sponsored by: LANSA

    Ever since Forrester Research coined the term “low-code” in 2014, low-code development has been a defining component of development trends. In this 16-page guide, learn about the benefits of rapid delivery, minimal hand-coding, and combating shadow IT.

  • Beyond the basics of scaling agile

    Sponsored by: Atlassian

    Check out this white paper to learn how to scale agile throughout all levels of your organizations, and best practices to move you along throughout your entire agile journey.

  • 10 Ways Low-Code Process Automation Transforms Businesses

    Sponsored by: K2

    The high costs of process automation are holding companies back. In this guide, learn how low-code process automation platforms enable all business users to build and automate their workflows without draining their IT budgets, time, and resources.

  • Three Focus Areas for Agile Transformation

    Sponsored by: Green House Data

    Agile technology practices have become the new business norm for organizations, regardless of industry—and with good reason. In order to achieve the Agile outcomes you want and expect, your organization must focus on 3 core focus areas.

  • Digital Transformation Success: The Evolution of Automation

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    Today’s organizations are up against a slew of IT bottlenecks, including legacy integration, security & compliance, and code standardization. Tune into this webinar to hear experts from Red Hat explore the dynamics creating these challenging bottlenecks – and which automation technology choices can most effectively solve these challenges.

  • Open Innovation Labs

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    In this 1-minute video, learn how Red Hat Open Innovation Labs helped Santander automate their entire onboarding process.

  • Discover the Potential of Low Code to Transform Project Delivery

    Sponsored by: Neptune Software

    In this success story, learn how Mercury Engineering used a low code development platform to create enterprise applications focused on mobility and productivity. Learn more about the pairing in this video.

  • Computer Weekly – 9 June 2020: How retailers are staying connected during their coronavirus shutdown

    Sponsored by:

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at how the hard-hit retail sector has turned to technology to stay connected during the coronavirus lockdown. Our latest buyer's guide examines best practice in data quality. And we look at how remote working affects software development teams.

  • Computer Weekly – 26 May 2020: Can Lady Gaga and Madonna get people to take IT security seriously?

    Sponsored by:

    In this week's Computer Weekly, after hackers threatened to release data from a US law firm's celebrity clients, will people finally take cyber security seriously? Designing software for older users makes systems better for all – we examine how. And the IT chief at TSB explains how the bank recovered from its 2018 IT disaster. Read the issue now.

  • Low code, no code is the only way to go

    Sponsored by: Yellowfin

    Developers have had their radar set on low code, no code for some time now. Now, analytics teams are dipping into the world of low code. This guide offers some insight into how low-code analytics platforms grant more control and insight into operations.

  • How to Optimize the Cost of Your Kubernetes Deployment

    Sponsored by: nClouds

    This January, AWS reduced the cost of Amazon EKS by 50%, pricing the service at $0.10 per hour instead of $0.20 for each cluster. Price changes like these can serve as a wake-up call for developers—are you optimizing container costs to the best of your ability? Learn about managing Kubernetes costs in this nOps blog post.

  • Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools

    Sponsored by: Atlassian

    Gartner has named Jira Align a Leader in Enterprise Agile Planning tools. Jira Align provides large enterprises with the tooling, capabilities, and guidance to effectively align teams and drive better business outcomes. Read the report to learn more.

  • Why Low-Code with Visual LANSA is Simply Better

    Sponsored by: LANSA

    As of April 15, the newest version of Visual LANSA is now available. The low-code platform can deploy on IBM I, Windows, or Cloud servers, allowing for new levels of flexibility and integration in your developer’s toolbox. Learn more about what the technology offers in this resource.

  • The Business Bottleneck: Breaking Through the Last Barrier of Digital Transformation

    Sponsored by: VMware Tanzu

    Mainstream companies are transforming to a “tech company” model, prioritizing product development and management as well as rapid innovation cycles. In this 85-page guide, learn how finance, strategy, and business teams can better align themselves with the current trends in software development.

  • Radically Collaborative Patterns for Software Makers: A Mini-Encyclopedia

    Sponsored by: VMware Tanzu

    In this 83-pg encyclopedia, find an in-depth look into various ‘patterns’, or software strategies. The encyclopedia provides an overview of the most successful and radical patterns in the market right now, including high-level patterns that involve the entire organization, team-wide patterns, and patterns for specialized roles.

  • IT Priorities 2020: India

    Sponsored by:

    As an IT powerhouse, India continues to be the pace setter for growth in Asia-Pacific's IT industry. In this guide to IT Priorities in 2020, find out what 243 Indian IT professionals revealed about their digital transformation efforts and key areas of spending for the coming year.

  • How to deploy a Kubernetes cluster on AWS with Terraform & kops

    Sponsored by: nClouds

    For many developers, the go-to option for Kubernetes deployment is Amazon EKS – but the default settings can only get you so far. That’s why developers looking for more customization have turned to self-managed Kubernetes clusters that use Terraform and kops. This blog offers some best practices for Terraform and kops. Read the blog to learn more.

  • Reduce the Pains of Mobility. Think Low Code.

    Sponsored by: Neptune Software

    What’s the difference between high code and low code? Say you want to bake brownies. You have a few options: you could make brownies from scratch (high code), or you could buy brownie mix at the store (low code). But what about no code? This guide explains the differences and provides 4 best practices for low-code strategies. Read the guide here.

  • Infographic: advances in and adoption of DevOps

    Sponsored by:

    For DevOps teams, containers and new software delivery norms are tenets of a productive development and deployment strategy. Accordingly, advances and adoption of each illustrate the degree to which DevOps adds value to an organisation. This infographic shows the current level of DevOps maturity.

  • Computer Weekly – 14 January 2020: Building the internet of the future

    Sponsored by:

    In this week's Computer Weekly, Cisco unveils the $5bn platform that it believes will be the future of the internet – we look through the details. The McLaren Formula One team discusses how IoT and data analytics have been key to its revival on the track. And we examine the importance of diversity in software development. Read the issue now.

  • MicroScope - January 2020: SMEs and managed services

    Sponsored by:

    In this issue of MicroScope, we look at the channel opportunity in the SME customer base as they look for managed services support, our roundtable discussion looks at the transformative appeal of unified communications, and consider why software development houses are switching to no-code. Read the issue now.

  • Top 10 software development stories of 2019

    Sponsored by:

    There has never been a better time to be in software development. After years of being regarded as non-core, software development has quickly become a differentiator as businesses embark on digital transformations. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 software development articles of 2019.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to continuous integration and continuous deployment

    Sponsored by:

    Continuous integration and continuous deployment offer a variety of advantages for software developers. In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at what changes are in its pipeline, assesses the cultural changes it brings and how it can deliver results at speed.

  • Computer Weekly - 17 December 2019: How data analytics is improving the world's greatest tennis players

    Sponsored by:

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the organisation that runs men's tennis worldwide to find out how data analytics is transforming the sport. Intel processors delays will affect Windows 10 upgrades – we examine the implications. And we ask if AI is living up to the hype in enterprise IT. Read the issue now.

  • Who should get the technology vote in the UK General Election?

    Sponsored by:

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we take an in-depth look at the technology and digital policies in the main political parties' election manifestos. We examine the rise of alternatives to relational databases that better support a big data environment. And we assess the security issues around container technology. Read the issue now.

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