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Trending upward

The Curious Rise of C#

In the last year, C# is back. What’s driving the rise? The TIOBE Index, which is based on search traffic, and GitHub Octoverse, based on commits to public code repositories, both showed C# ticking up in usage. This article examines some of its popular uses.

Last week's highlights

Weekly Review: 25 years of Java, Grafana 7.0, Stack Overflow Developer Survey & more

Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we celebrated 25 years of Java, spoke to seven experts about continuous delivery and continuous integration, learned more about the open source platform Grafana, and found out that Rust is once again the most beloved programming language.

Troubleshooting and resolution

Troubleshooting CPU spike in a major trading application

This article by Ram Lakshmanan examines an example of how to troubleshoot a CPU spike within a major trading application in North America. See what was causing the issue, how it was fixed, and what lessons you can take away.

First steps towards success

What is the AI adoption success formula?

We are in the middle of yet another wave of digital transformation with AI at its core. Business leaders’ skills are put to the test here, as transformation is never an easy task. Let’s look at the common hurdles of AI implementation.

Interview with Tom Wilkie

Grafana 7.0: “We’ve built one of the best visualisation tools and it’s not tied to any one database”

The open source platform Grafana is among the world’s most popular dashboarding tools – it currently has more than 550,000 active installations and millions of users across the globe. We spoke to Tom Wilkie, VP Product at Grafana Labs, as Grafana announces the general availability of version 7.0 of its observability platform. Grafana 7.0 is set to simplify the development of custom plugins and make it easier for you to visualise your data.

Transitioning effectively to AIOps

The future of AIOps: Not if, but when?

AIOps will continue to rapidly grow in adoption in 2020 and shows no sign of slowing down. With its perfect blend of AI and automation, AIOps acts as an enabler for IT agility, thus allowing ease of change in the enterprise IT landscape.