SolarWinds today announced its SolarWinds DBA xPress product, previously a paid-for tool is now available completely for free. DBA xPress reveals how a data environment is visually structured, helping compare, synchronise, script, and navigate data and schemas.
Digital operations management vendor PagerDuty has published its first State of Digital Operations report, providing a view of what's been happening in operations during the pandemic.
GitLab released its fifth annual DevSecOps survey today showing the COVID-19 pandemic enforced the broad adoption of remote work, which in turn energised teams to focus on embracing cutting edge DevOps technologies such as Kubernetes, machine learning/artificial intelligence (ML/AI) and cloud computing.
Perth-based business solutions provider DyFlex Solutions and global technology consulting and digital solutions company Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI) are partnering to provide engineering and construction and operations (EC&O) companies with the technology and skills to rapidly implement Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions.
Janice Cox is the new vice-president and managing director of CA Technologies Australia and New Zealand, effective immediately, after Paul Falkenstein's nearly 20 years with the company.
Australian ecommerce specialist UltraServe has appointed former IBM and Dimension Data senior manager Vishnu Roy to a newly created role of vice-president operations.
Following Logicalis acquiring Thomas Duryea in December 2015, both companies are well on the path to back-end integration. There are now joint clients and great growth, with the two companies to be combined as one within 12 months and having a goal of being the most admired IT company in Australia by 2020.
Online bank ING Direct is able to devote a higher than usual proportion of its IT resources to business innovation.
Melbourne-based base2services Chief Technology Officer Aaron Walker differs with what he says is the traditional industry view that the job of a DevOps team is merely to add new features and to keep an organisation’s systems stable and fast.
Analytics professionals to be in hot demand by 2018. The increasing demand for analytics professionals is also reflected in Institute of Analytics Professionals of Australia (IAPA) membership growth and has inspired IAPA to relaunch its website as an online hub for members and those interested in analytics. The IAPA website (www.iapa.org.au) provides a community for those in analytics professions and those interested in analytics.
The IQ Business Group (IQ), a worldwide provider of comprehensive business solutions and the technologies that enable them, today announced a decade of successful local operations. The company supports a diverse range of clients across the superannuation, banking, insurance and general financial services sectors, making Australia a key contributor to the IQ Group's worldwide operations.
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