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The day IT operations got its mojo back The advent of site reliability engineering and observability gives new skills and techniques to the operations side of DevOps, says Andi Mann, chief technology advocate…
Splunk agrees to acquire VictorOps for US$120m Machine data aggregation and search engine Splunk has announced a definitive agreement to acquire VictorOps, a leader in DevOps incident management, for approximately US$120 million.
Logitech launches intelligent software to improve video conferencing Computer peripherals maker Logitech has launched an intelligent software suite known as Logitech RightSense for its video collaboration equipment.
Rokt finds Splunk rocks for business and customer value Martech business Rokt, pronounced “rocked” with a ’t’, not “rocket”, says Splunk has given it predictable and scalable IT management and security.
Why does European GDPR law matter to Australians? With Australia now one of "the leading countries of cloud adoption in the world", and with the ability for business to be global having happened…
Online home loan marketplace gets boost from NSW Govt HashChing, an online home loan marketplace based in Sydney, has received a $700,000 loan from Jobs for NSW which will help it create 46 jobs…
NAB services back online after seven-hour outage National Australia Bank says a system failure led to an outage of its online and other banking channels for most of Saturday.
NAB's online banking site on Saturday morning. The online banking services of National Australia Bank appear to have collapsed in a heap on Saturday morning, with customers unable to use either the…
Enterprise MR apps to approach 40 million by 2022, app revenues near US$6b A new study has found the number of enterprise mixed reality applications will approach 40 million by 2022, rising from just 6.5 million in 2018,…

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