European rules on data sharing and the drive to automated testing are two reasons the software vendor believes shared standards for financial software are inevitable. BIAN executive director Hans Tesselar is pictured, left.
Dutch bank moves from waterfall to agile- Tom van Kuipers, development engineer at ING, talks about how the shift improved delivery times and sped up development and testing, and why continuous deployment is still not possible in payments.
Adam Auerbach (pictured) is Capital One’s Senior Technical Director responsible for advanced testing and release services and a keynote speaker at our conference in New York November 29th. He’ll explain why the moving to the cloud and moving to continuous delivery go hand-in-hand.
NCC Group Plc, the Manchester, England-based security consultancy lost 327 million pounds ($401.4 million) in market capital on Thursday, after warning investors that three large contracts had been canceled. Shares in the company fell as much as 36 percent, the most since it floated on the London Stock Exchange in 2004.
TROELS OERTING has a problem. As the group chief security officer for Barclays, he has a squad of elite ex-government agents patrolling the company’s digital perimeter. He also has a hefty budget to acquire state-of-the-art technology to protect Britain’s second-biggest bank from cyber attacks.
Amazon.com Inc. is teaming up with VMware Inc. to let customers combine VMware’s software for corporate networks with Amazon’s internet-based cloud-computing services, a bid by Amazon to better compete with rival Microsoft Corp. in hybrid cloud solutions.
Consultancy firm invests in crowdsourced testing provider in $35 million round of funding. Applause’s vice president of marketing, Peter Blair (pictured), explains how the partnership got started and what the future holds.
Infosys Ltd. cut its annual sales forecast for the second time in three months as growth slows in the banking and financial services sectors and clients adopt a more cautious spending approach. Shares slumped.
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