by Andrew White | December 1, 2017 | Comments Off on Spotlight on Oracle: New Magic Quadrant and Market Guides
Jason Wong just published the Market Guide for Rapid Mobile App Development Tools.
Rapid mobile app development is about meeting the demands of the digital workplace for modern mobile app experiences. Application leaders need to select RMAD tools that support specific business use cases and to build apps quickly and cost-effectively using no- or low-code approaches.
Donald Feinberg and colleagues just published the Market Guide for Database Platform as a Service.
Adoption of database-platform-as-a-service offerings continues to accelerate as there is more choice with new and maturing capabilities, and an increasing positive impact on flexibility and cost. IT leaders should now consider dbPaaS to address all use cases.
Steve Riley and Craig Lawson just published the Magic Quadrant for Cloud Access Security Brokers.
Cloud access security brokers have become an essential element of any cloud security strategy, helping organizations govern the use of cloud and protect sensitive data in the cloud. Security and risk management leaders should align CASB vendors to address specific use-case requirements.
Anne Thomas and Aashish Gupta just published the Market Guide for Application Platforms.
The application platform market is morphing in response to digital business requirements. As Java EE and other three-tier frameworks, such as ASP.NET, fade in relevance, application leaders must build a strategy to shift to alternative platforms that support cloud-native applications.
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