When the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) was passed by Congress, it was a watershed moment. Mainframes shuddered in the shadows, fearing their doom. IT leaders expected to see amazing new waves of modern software spending. It was aimed at improving the management of information technology across the entire spectrum of the federal government, with the goal of reducing costs and improving the efficiency and security of IT systems.
Chatting with ai chatbots one thing, but building enterprise applications that let us stand on their shoulders is something else entirely. We take a look at the broad and far-reaching possibilities when it comes to conversational AI, chatbots, chatGPT, and what it could evolve into for enterprise software.
When Google open-sourced the core components of Borg as what they now call Kubernetes, with the goal of providing a common platform for managing containers that could be used across a variety of organizations and industries. Kubernetes has gained widespread adoption and has become the de facto standard for managing containerized applications and automating software development processes.
Security log files are gold. They are rich with clues, pointing you to the clues that can prevent data and cyber breaches proactively. Log analytics is a cottage industry, and includes collecting, analyzing, and searching large volumes of security-related log data in order to detect and respond to potential security threats.