On IBM Ninja Moves at VMware, Swift Blank Space and Github

On IBM Ninja Moves at VMware, Swift Blank Space and Github

I’ve got a blank space, baby And I’ll write your name – Taylor Swift IBM made a series of announcements at its Interconnect conference, intended to demonstrate relevance in the cloud era – with the likes of VMware, Apple and Github. My colleague Fintan offers a summary here. Helping enterprise customers make the transition to […]

Amazon’s Anti Gravity Play: Notes on AWS re:Invent 2015

Amazon’s Anti Gravity Play: Notes on AWS re:Invent 2015

I think there is a world market for maybe five computers – @awscloud is one of them. — Mike Drop (@monkchips) October 7, 2015 Amazon used re:Invent 2015 to emphasize the growing momentum of its cloud infrastructure business and mark its transition into a data and application platform. Learning re:Invent is kind of incredible. I […]

Elastic Search and Splunk: Google Trends

Elastic Search and Splunk: Google Trends

Google Trends – @elasticsearch, @splunk – http://t.co/0mMHCOJAS1 ELK going mainstream in search volume, steep curve pic.twitter.com/gulIFUhkj8 — Clique Baet (@monkchips) September 20, 2015 Last week while idly pondering the rise of Elasticsearch Logstash Kibana (ELK) stack I thought I would compare Elasticsearch with Splunk on Google Trends. The results were interesting. There are obviously some […]

Programming Language Rankings: Summer 2015

Programming Language Rankings: Summer 2015

This iteration of the RedMonk Programming Language Rankings is brought to you by HP. The tools you want, the languages you prefer. Built on Cloud Foundry, download the HP Helion Development Platform today. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. “The basic concept is simple: we regularly compare the performance of programming languages relative to one another on GitHub and Stack […]