Access your Pro+ Content below.
IT down the drain – how cloud is supporting the Thames Tideway tunnel
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine the IT decisions behind one of the UK’s largest construction projects – the Thames Tideway sewerage tunnel – and hear why the project chose private cloud. Our latest buyer’s guide looks at containers and microservices and their effect on software architecture. And we find out what US court documents from food giant Mars tell us about Oracle’s controversial licensing policies. Read the issue now.
Access this CW+ Content for Free!
Features in this issue
Infrastructure services director explains why Tideway has opted for a managed, private cloud setup to support sewer project
Applications built out of independently deployable modules are the future of flexible solution development
Court documents have revealed just how far Oracle will go to extract cash from some of its larger customers