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Quantum computing may still largely reside in the realm of scientists, but assuming it’s too many years off to be relevant today would be a serious […]
24 billion devices installed by 2020. $6 trillion invested over the next 5 years. $13 trillion in ROI generated by 2025. The predictions voiced by BI Intelligence make it pretty clear: the Internet of Things will take off really soon. In an attempt to stay ahead of the curve, businesse...
Recent ESG research revealed that most organizations it surveyed are embracing the concept of the private cloud and are about to or have deployed some sort of private cloud: 33% employ a basic internal cloud 46% report using an advanced internal cloud 20% selected a complete IT-as-a-se...
We’re currently working on significant enhancements to our synthetic availability monitoring options. Clickpath web checks and availability web checks will soon be complemented by powerful new synthetic monitoring options that you can use to test the availability of your web appl...
As consumers in today’s digital world, we often do vast amounts of research before making any sort of purchase. This applies to both personal and corporate purchases. According to Adweek, 81% of shoppers conduct online research before buying.  The larger the purchase the higher the sta...
continuing from When 'collaboration' slows down your work 
For students studying computer science in public universities and community colleges, it can be difficult to land a dream internship. The supposition is that many organizations are so selective in their qualifications that they tend to only consider students from top private institutio...
By IT Business Edge Blockchain Leads to Intense Energy Use Bitcoin “mining,” according to Jason Bloomberg at Forbes, demands a tremendous amount of energy. That is true […]
Voted Top Health Information App! Medical Technology Schools lists OnPage as one of the 10 most useful healthcare messaging apps. According to the article, OnPage: [C]ombines the function of a phone and messaging service with HIPAA-compliant security for a fantastic communication model...
Remember the millenium bug fiasco. It happenned in Year 2000.This is what chronicled in Wikipedia:"The Year 2000 problem is also known as the Y2K problem, the Millennium bug, the Y2K bug, or Y2K. Problems resulted because people, including programmers, reduced the four-digit year to tw...
It seems as if the whole world wants to talk about Industry 4.0 (or Industrie 4.0 if you prefer the European spelling). Industry 4.0 is embodied by two main buzz worthy topics known as the Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data / Advanced Analytics. The "4.0" references what many consid...
What are your biggest challenges with GUI testing? What about testing against third-party APIs?  Is your team truly agile? These are just a few of the questions we had for QA professionals and...
As Gartner describes APIs are at the heart of the digital business model, a topic they explore through their Gartner
The uber poster child of migrating legacy applications and IT systems via the ‘Cloud Native’ approach is Netflix. Not only
Become a SaaS Entrepreneur When I pioneered my first SaaS venture back in 1994 it was on a DEC VMS
Stack and heap are two important concepts you should understand in relation to Java memory allocation. Let’s take a look ... Read More The post Stack vs. Heap: Understanding Java Memory Allocation & How It Works appeared first on Stackify.
Nobody in the app community will have missed that Google fired a major shot at poor performing apps last week. Those that don’t take performance seriously will now be down-ranked on the Google Play store – making them harder to find. Google hasn’t disclosed the specifics of how its alg...
The CBPN is a global community of practice for Cloud Computing and Digital Transformation. Topics include: Digital Transformation Cloud Native
Dynatrace recently introduced request attributes, a valuable new service-monitoring feature that enables fine-grain service filtering and performance analysis. By defining request attributes for your service’s requests, you can enable advanced filtering for service requests acros...
It seems as if news about another hospital laying off workers - or worse, closing - hits the news every day; at last count, 21 hospitals stopped treating patients in 2016. Hospitals and healthcare systems across the country, including some of the largest, laid off thousands of employee...
Shelly Palmer speaks with Richard Quest about Disney's announcement to pull its video off of Netflix and start its own streaming service. Quest Means Business on CNN. Original Airdate: August 9, 2017 The post Disney vs Netflix originally appeared here on Shelly Palmer
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the term DevOps and what it really means. This train of thought is partially inspired by my recent participation in various DevOps Days events, as well as reading the DevOps for Media and Entertainment report published by O’Reilly. So, what is DevO...
I’m Ellen and I’m a Computer Science and Psychology student at Swarthmore College. I feel lucky to have had the chance to intern at PagerDuty and I’m excited to share this reflection on my experience. In May, I walked into the PagerDuty office on the... The post Intern Insight: 50 Days...
Over the past few years, the rise of the DevOps movement has led to a significant increase in developer productivity and accelerated the pace […] The post What DevOps Means for Software Security appeared first on XebiaLabs Blog. Related posts: Backstage with Andrew Phillips C...
Back in 2015, the ECMAScript 6 spec was released and at the time of this writing, all major browsers (except the stubborn IE11) support its syntax. In this article, I’ll show you a couple of… More
continuing from When 'collaboration' slows down your work  Deep versus Shallow work 
With the next AWS Summit just around the corner (literally and figuratively), we thought we’d recap some of our favorite AWS-related tutorials. 1. Using Kinesis for high-volume data streaming: This post was written in the run-up to AWS re:Invent last year but it’s still very useful f...
By WIRED The other factor at play is that disruptors often cross international boundaries and, because they use new methods of distribution, aren’t subject to laws governing […]
Given the frequency with which IT discusses DevOps trends and developments, one could believe that the community has universally adopted its tenets and lessons. However, recent studies show that less than 5% of teams have adopted the precepts of DevOps exclusively and just over 50% sai...
In this episode of Lightboard Lessons, I introduce iQuery, the F5 proprietary protocol utilized by BIG-IP DNS to exchange system configuration with other BIG-IP DNS systems and performance metrics with all other BIG-IP systems configured to do so. Resources Communications Between...
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief The BlueFabric platform from Agys is a low-code development platform that focuses on complex business processes in banks and other enterprises. […]
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief Only a few years ago, the asynchronous, streaming-oriented reactive programming paradigm and languages like Scala that followed it were only of […]
When you work with React app, it normally needs some data from the server to store it for immediate use (e.g., show it on the page). If the app works with some complex relational database the work than may be a bit challenging. In this article I am going to describe the issues with org...
The future is compatible. If communications between applications were as simple to create as the plumbing in a building, it would be much easier for developers to write revolutionary code. But isn’t...
During the dawn of the web 2.0 era, back when web sites first began to evolve into the dynamic web applications that we know today, asynchronous web requests were sent via the XMLHttpRequest (XHR) API (commonly known as Ajax). Within the past two years, a new API type called Fetch API ...
We’ve simplified the process for defining and managing custom-service monitoring in your environment. Custom services are application services that can’t be detected by Dynatrace out-of-the-box because they’re built on non-standard frameworks or technologies. With Dynatrace...
NVMe Wont Replace Flash By Itself They Complement Each Other Various Solid State Devices (SSD) including NVMe, SAS, SATA, USB, M.2 There has been some recent industry marketing buzz generated by a startup to get some attention by claiming via a study sponsored by including the st...
NVMe Wont Replace Flash By Itself They Complement Each Other Various Solid State Devices (SSD) including NVMe, SAS, SATA, USB, M.2 There has been some recent industry marketing buzz generated by a startup to get some attention by claiming via a study sponsored by including the st...
With the mobile era upon us, the way we conduct business or communicate with our friends and family has changed significantly. Thanks to smartphones and tablets, we rely on mobile apps more and more. Because of this, mobile apps are big business. In fact, in 2016 alone the estimated gl...
Reflection is when managed code can read its own metadata to find assemblies. Essentially, it allows code to inspect other ... Read More The post How C# Reflection Works With Code Examples appeared first on Stackify.