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Evans Data Survey Uncovers Developer Trends for Mobility, IoT for 2015

Advances across the mobile ecosystem are making it faster, easier and more lucrative for app developers. A just-released survey by Evans Data Corp. looks at developer activity. The survey also found technologies for Internet of Things ‘won the year.’  IDN speaks with Evan Data’s director of research Michael Rasalan.

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Evans Data Offers Insights on Today’s Changing Face of Developer Relations

As companies scramble to embrace opportunities in mobile, APIs and social streams to improve IT and business competitiveness, Evans Data Corp. finds these technologies should change how companies should interact with developers – both internal enterprise devs and outside communities. IDN speaks with Evans Data CEO Janel Garvin. 

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Survey: Big Data, Cloud Drive White Hot Use of In-Memory Databases

Cloud and big data projects are driving a white hot adoption of in-memory databases, according to a survey just released by Evans Data Corp. a leading dev researcher.   The number of devs using in-memory DBs is up 40 percent since just last fall and the survey expects that number will grow rapidly.   

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Evans’ 2011 Survey Finds NoSQL, Mobile Gain Traction; Cloud Security Sought

The 2011 edition of the Evans Data Corp. North American Developer Survey finds that cloud is still hot, but it now vies for attention with other emerging technologies. Enterprise mobile, NoSQL and Big Data are all rapidly capturing mindshare – and budgets. IDN speaks with Evans Data CEO Janel Garvin about the results.

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Evans 2010 Cloud Developer Survey Reveals Top Requirements, Trends

Developers looking for private or public cloud solutions have top two requirements -- security and reliability, according to the just-released 2010 Cloud Development Survey from Evans Data Corp. IDN speaks with Evans’ CEO Janel Garvin about other key survey findings.

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Survey: Enterprise IT Eager for ‘Hybrid’ Cloud Options

A just-released Evans Data Corp. survey finds cloud computing set to rumble to reality in 2010.   Evans’ Cloud Development Survey found 61% of developers expect to move ‘at least some’ IT resources to the cloud, and prefer a ‘hybrid cloud’ option that combines public and private cloud models. 

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Open Source IT Embraces Cloud Computing, Google App Engine

Cloud computing is gaining strong momentum in the open source community, with close half of all professionals saying they will offer their apps as web services via cloud providers. Google's Apps Engine, so far, is the top cloud provider-of-choice, says a survey by Evans Data Corp.

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Survey: Measuring ROI ‘Greatest’ Challenge for SOA Devs

Determining ROI or payback-for-business from SOA investments is the "greatest challenge" facing SOA developers, finds an Evans Data Corp. survey. Determining SOA's ROI is tougher than technical tasks such as identifying Web Services, testing and validating, the survey said.

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Evans: Global Web 2.0 Use To Zoom n 2007

In 2007, Evans Data Corp. studies say enterprise devs with Web 2.0 skills in Ajax, RIA, REST and alike will enjoy great career benefits. Further, Evans says top ISVs and toolmakers are gearing up to support a variety of worldwide developer communities. IDN speaks with Evans' CEO John Andrews about 2007 dev trends, in advance of its annual Developer Relations event, March 1213.

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Evans Dev Survey Identifies SOA, Interop Trends

Evans Data Corp. has released its bi-annual look at trends among enterprise developers and architects. The Evans' Fall 2005 North American Developer Survey found provocative trends on three key integration trends - web services (may have peaked), SOA (optimistic but very patient) and Java-to.NET interop (quite a split). IDN takes a look at Evans findings for these topics, which come from more than 400 interviews.

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Lack of Skilled Devs Slows Web Services

Web services adoption is still being slowed by a lack of readily-available skilled devs, according to the latest survey from Evans Data Corp. See why 1-in-5 IT managers still say they can't find enough talent who know how to build web services and interfaces.

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Study Finds Changing DBA Roles in 2005

A report from Evans Data Corp. has found that more than half of all DBAs are working not just with their SQL database, but with web services, XML, middleware and even application performance tasks. See more about the changing face of DBAs and devs in 2005.

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