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What to expect from Progress DevReach 2023

August 7, 2023

Visual Studio Magazine February 18, 2021

ASP.NET Core Starts Path to Hot Reload, AoT Compilation, Blazor Desktop, More

The first preview of .NET 6 arrived with grand plans for ASP.NET Core -- the web-dev component -- including much-requested features like hot reload, ahead-of-time (AoT) compilation and the beginnings of Blazor hybrid desktop projects.

ITWire January 29, 2021

CMS key to good customer experience: Progress exec

"Everyone [in Australia] has some sort of a web site," he observes, but today's conditions mean they need to strengthen their digital presence, and not everyone has a clear idea of how to do that.

The current environment also means that time to market is particularly important, so organisations must work more efficiently than is possible with traditional methods.

So the question becomes 'how can marketing teams be empowered to do more for themselves?', and they are increasingly talking to Progress to answer that.

IT Pro January 26, 2021

Progress Software WhatsUp Gold 2020 review: A strong choice

WhatsUp Gold is a worthy network monitoring solution with a fine track record going back to the early 1990s. Developer Ipswitch was recently acquired by Progress Software, but fear not: there’s been no dip in quality. This 2020 version brings new innovations including pulsing device icons for eye-catching alerts, facilities for uploading your own icons and improved reporting. There’s also an optional application performance add-on that can keep an eye on AWS and Azure environments, while the network traffic analysis module now provides a global map showing traffic between distributed devices.

HostingAdvice January 22, 2021

Use Telerik to Take Control of the User Experience on Your Next App or Site-Building Project

Business leaders commonly elevate their developers to superhero status, expecting them to continually achieve more in less time. But even the most powerful warriors need a little outside help to conquer difficult projects. After all, where would Wonder Woman be without her lasso, or Aquaman without his trident?

CXO Today January 19, 2021

Five Ways to Reimagine IT Talent Post-COVID

As we move into 2021 with cautious optimism, organizations are learning to live with the new constant that is change. For some, this pandemic exposed the inadequacies of their current structure and controls, for others, it was how the focus had shifted from efficiency to resiliency, for still others, there's been an epiphany on how behavioral changes that used to take weeks and months could be done in days.

CRN January 11, 2021

How chatbots are making us rethink customer experience in a Covid world

The ubiquitous availability of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and the adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) have boosted the popularity of virtual assistant chatbots among consumers. With the COVID-19 pandemic, chatbots have received even more attention from organizations looking to engage their customers - and now even employees - online and foster better digital experiences.

ET HR World December 29, 2020

Settling into the New, Ever-Changing Way of Working

What will the world of work look like after this pandemic ends? That is the big question. While none of us knows for sure, what we do know is it won’t be the same as it was before. This pandemic has given us the perfect opportunity to challenge the ordinary and re-envision work in a completely different way.

TFiR December 28, 2020

4Ds of Software Development: 2021 Predictions By Progress Software

Yogesh Gupta, CEO of Progress Software shares his predictions for 2021

Maintainable December 28, 2020

Sudhir Reddy: Don't Be Afraid to Slash and Burn

Robby speaks with Sudhir Reddy, VP of Engineering at Chef / Progress. They discuss what Sudhir calls "legacy debt", some challenges of managing open source projects with over 500 Github repositories, and how Chef built cohesive governance and EOL programs for open source contributions. Sudhir also shares advice for developers who are looking for a way to begin introducing automated tests in environments where that's not yet considered a valuable practice by the team.

ClickZ December 23, 2020

CMS predictions: What to watch for in the year ahead

It occurs to me that there has never been a safer time to guess what the future holds. On the one hand, imagining the technologies we will utilize is relatively straightforward.

On the other, everything else—how and where we work, the economy, the pandemic, and all the rest—points to such an uncertain year, prognosticators can hardly be blamed for miscalculations. All reports should include this disclaimer: “Data was collected in 2020, please be kind.”

With that in mind, here are the topics and trends I expect we’ll be discussing in 2021.

BizTech December 22, 2020

SCP vs. SFTP: Which Is Better for Secure File Sharing?

The more distributed nature of work means that more files are getting transferred than ever. While the cloud is a popular avenue for this, some organizations have additional security concerns, and with a 40 percent increase in ransomware attacks this year, businesses want to make sure their files are protected.

Container Journal December 9, 2020

Quiet Please! Cloud-Native Development in Progress

The adoption of agile development practices and cloud-native architectures are changing the way organizations build and deliver applications. Applications are no longer written but assembled using a plethora of independent services and components that interact via APIs. The shift to reusable service-based architectures is simplifying development for sure but the downstream impact to supporting teams is not yet fully understood. For most organizations, the deployment of new services is happening so quickly that supporting operations and security teams have not yet had the time to see the long-term impact of these strategies nor develop best practices for managing.

DevOps.com November 30, 2020

Design Systems: Development Choices for Meeting User Expectations

Modern software development trends involve design systems and modernization, and if we drill down further, the trend within the trend is about creating better user experiences. This means improving usability, emerging technology and performance enhancements. This is easier said than done. What does it mean for developers?

TechTarget November 30, 2020

Review the top configuration management tools in DevOps

Change is an essential part of IT, but it's often disruptive. An adjustment to one asset can throw other resources out of alignment -- sometimes in ways no one anticipated. Those misconfigurations can result in poor performance, application inconsistencies or noncompliance.

Devops.com November 24, 2020

Continuous Delivery Without Exception

Continuous delivery (CD) and all the other continuous things—continuous integration (CI), continuous testing, continuous deployment—have become the new mantra of DevOps. CI/CD adoption typically starts with agile development teams working on new or well-funded systems. But what about the rest of the world and all of those “other” applications, under-funded IT teams are responsible for supporting? Can or should continuous delivery be a reality for all applications?

CMS Wire November 12, 2020

What 8 Months of COVID-19 Has Taught Us About Digital Transformation

Remote work is reshaping business through 2020 and likely for many years to come. However, the rate of digital transformation to cope with this new remote working world has been breathtaking. Not all transformation initiatives work out though. This has become clear over the past eight months as COVID-19 has forced millions of workers’ to stay home.

DEVOPSdigest November 10, 2020

Progress Releases Test Studio R3 2020

Progress announced the R3 2020 release of Progress Telerik Test Studio, its enterprise UI test automation platform for web, WPF desktop and responsive web applications.

CustomerThink October 31, 2020

Emerging from Disruption and Running with the IT Crowd

The importance of developing compelling and engaging customer experiences does not rest solely on marketing teams. Instead, it relies heavily on the tight coordination of marketing and IT collaborating for a single purpose. No matter where you sit, understanding your customers’ engagement with your company is essential for success. One of the latest corporate trends is marketing and IT teams aligning closer together to create, develop and deliver digital experiences.

CMSWire October 30, 2020

Building Digital Resiliency for the Post-COVID World

At the core of ongoing efforts to develop the digital workplace is building resilience and efficiency into modern business. This is particularly true with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has seen an explosion in remote working as millions of workers shifted from the corporate office to home.

DEVCLASS October 29, 2020

What’s cooking? Progress updates Chef’s configuration manager, mixes and merges other ingredients

Serial company buyer and corporate solutions merchant Progress has revealed the first updates to configuration manager Chef, its latest acquisition, since its $220m purchase completed earlier this month.

Existing components Chef Automate and Chef Infra are now combined under the label Chef Infrastructure Management, while new entity Chef App Delivery takes Chef Automate and Chef Infrastructure and combines them with Chef Habitat. Chef App Delivery was described by the company as a technology agnostic modular automation solution that delivers application and infrastructure across on-prem, hybrid and cloud environments.