“The transition to becoming a digital innovation factory includes the four so-called pillars of digital innovation –– planning, sourcing, developing and distributing. For developers, the first three roles are well understood and are part of normal operations they conduct.”
Technology executives are finding ways for their teams to collaborate and be productive as fully remote work persists during the pandemic. Rather than force people to work in an office, enlightened leaders will let their employees decide where to work.
Server virtualization was one of the key steps toward further IT infrastructure abstraction. Every enterprise CIO and CTO knows that managing a server farm is problematic. That’s why the quest for container and serverless platforms is driving more organizations to reassess their data center.
According to a market study of cloud container usage, “about 28% of respondents say their organizations have been using microservices for at least three years; more than three-fifths (61%) of the respondents have been using microservices for a year or more.”
The cloud migration services market size was valued at $88.46 billion in 2019, and is projected to reach $515.83 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 24.8% from 2020 to 2027. Software development projects are driving the growth of this global market.
via Allied Research
This crisis is bringing to the surface all kinds of innovative ways to use technology and other means to serve customers. In many cases, new solutions and products might have already been in your pipeline or on your mind, but current needs are giving you a reason to accelerate development and launch.
“IDC is seeing an increasing number of AI server, storage, and processor vendors develop AI stacks that consist of abstraction layers, orchestration layers, AI development layers, and data science layers that are intended to seamlessly operate together.”
Open Source Summit North America is a conference for software developers, architects, and other technologists to collaborate, share information, learn about the latest technologies and gain a competitive advantage by using innovative open solutions.
via Linux Foundation
“True success lies in a company’s ability to make customer’s lives better — whether those customers are buyers, patients, students, or otherwise. Digital transformation for good. It’s the next big thing in 2020.”
“Big tech has already, largely, mastered the Open Source way, using it as the backbone of much modern technology, making Foundations like the Linux Foundation or the Apache Software Foundation the largest shared technology investments in the world.”