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DAM Innovation Is Finally on the Horizon: From Value Chains To Blockchains

DAM Innovation Is Finally on the Horizon: From Value Chains To Blockchains

Four years ago I predicted innovation in the DAM industry would suffer because so many digital asset management (DAM) solutions were monolithic and overburdened with features. Vendors of these solutions would find themselves too busy keeping these applications up and running to find the time to innovate.

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VMware Acquires Cloud Metrics Provider Wavefront

VMware Acquires Cloud Metrics Provider Wavefront

VMware announced today its intention to acquire Wavefront, a cloud-based metrics monitoring and analytics platform. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Officials at VMware, which provides virtualization and cloud infrastructure software, said the acquisition will help the Palo Alto, Calif.-based $7.

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Forrester Analyst: PaaS a ‘Revolution’ for Web Content Management

Forrester Analyst: PaaS a ‘Revolution’ for Web Content Management

Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) has sparked a “revolution” in how web content management (WCM) products are built. According to Forrester Research analyst Mark Grannan, PaaS removes friction from the delivery process by automating infrastructure tasks which allows digital practitioners to focus on content.

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Microservices Make Inroads: Replacing the CMS Monolith

Microservices Make Inroads: Replacing the CMS Monolith

The term microservices is quickly evolving from an esoteric topics discussed only among gearheads or "stackers" to an increasingly important enterprise issue. In simple terms, microservices is the decomposition of services and software into smaller and more portable components. When we first explained it, the concept was

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Mobile, Microservices Merge: What This Means for You

Mobile, Microservices Merge: What This Means for You

Just over two years ago now, analysts from Gartner and elsewhere first noted that the four principal forces shaping the technology revolution — mobile, social, cloud, and whatever the fourth one happened to be at the time — were not just coalescing but converging.   Picture, if you will, an

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Mobile, Microservices Merge: What This Means for You

Mobile, Microservices Merge: What This Means for You

Just over two years ago now, analysts from Gartner and elsewhere first noted that the four principal forces shaping the technology revolution — mobile, social, cloud, and whatever the fourth one happened to be at the time — were not just coalescing but converging.   Picture, if you will, an

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