What are the most important updates in Java 20?
As of today, JDK 20 is available for use. 6 JEPs get the necessary updates in JDK 20. We were able to get a sneak peek before the launch via a briefing with Oracle and briefly list them in this article.
For about five years now (since the launch of JDK 10), organizations and developers using Jav... Read more
KX puts kdb ‘data timehouse’ on Microsoft Azure cloud
FD Technologies has announced the availability of kdb Insights Enterprise on Microsoft Azure.
All well and good, but let’s just step back - now that we know ‘where’ - and ask who, when, why and what.FD Technologies is a group of data-driven businesses that comprises KX, a technology for r... Read more
NTT Upgrade 2023: The true nature of R&D
Japanese cloud and telco company NTT chose San Franciso as the venue to host the North American leg of its user, developer, customer, partner event this month. NTT Upgrade may not be the most recognised enterprise technology vendor event on the circuit, but the parent company behind a whole number ... Read more
mintBlue writes blockchain history: 50 million transactions in 24 hours
At mintBlue, they have recently been working on a blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) platform. Now they have processed more than 50 million transactions within 24 hours, proving the scalability of the public blockchain. We talked about it with CEO Niels van den Bergh and CIO Pieter Den Dooven.
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Ply layers on no-code contextual customisations
Hey there, do you want to hear about our new no-code/low-code platform?! It’s already becoming an arguably fairly tired proposition that’s wearing pretty thin on many in the IT industry. So what should we look for among the upstart start-ups now vying for a share of voice in this increasingly c... Read more
ML makes Nürburgring’s Nordschleife safer for everyone
Digitization project makes the 100-year-old Nordschleife much safer and offers even more possibilities toward the future.
The Nürburgring in the Eiffel region of Germany is one of the most famous race tracks in the world. In particular, the oldest section, the Nordschleife, can safely be calle... Read more
SAP Datasphere makes data access easier
SAP Datasphere is the evolution of Data Warehouse Cloud. The new product should make it easier for companies to access both SAP data and non-SAP data.
At a pre-launch press conference, CTO Juergen Mueller and CMO Julia White explained Datasphere. According to White, companies are increasingly us... Read more
Salesforce introduces Einstein GPT for sales, service, marketing and developers
The introduction of ChatGPT has not escaped Salesforce's notice either. Salesforce has also struck a deal with OpenAI to combine the technology with its own AI models. It has named the resulting combination Einstein GPT. It offers employees who work with Salesforce as the organization's customers a... Read more
Appian paves way to low-code process automation
Low-code is evolving. With new developments in no-code (NC) travelling in the same direction as low-code (LC) and both disciplines now aiming to extend their influence into wider process automation technologies across both human and machine workflows, there is much to keep track of.
In its posit... Read more
“Subscription model is an aberration, we need to move to Usage-Based Pricing”
The above words are from Puneet Gupta, founder and CEO of the start-up Amberflo. Usage-Based Pricing (UBP), according to him, is needed to make business models more fair and transparent. We visited the company during the 48th edition of the IT Press Tour to hear more about it.
These days, when ... Read more