Container Technology – The Next Big Thing?

Container Technology – The Next Big Thing?

Businesses have been facing problems in successfully running software applications across diverse environments. When a software application is ported to a different environment, chances are that issues will appear. These issues give rise to other problems such as poor resource utilization and wasting time and effort fixing these issues. Container technology offers a solution to Continue reading Container Technology – The Next Big Thing?

Apache Flink in Processing Streaming Data

Apache Flink in Processing Streaming Data

Streaming data processing is an emerging area. It means processing the data almost instantly (with very low latency) when it is generated. Until now, most data processing was based on batch systems, where processing, analysis and decision making were a much slower process. Now, as the new technologies and platforms are evolving, organizations are gradually shifting towards Continue reading Apache Flink in Processing Streaming Data

The Awakening of Ambient Intelligence

The Awakening of Ambient Intelligence

Ambient intelligence (also known as “ubiquitous computing”) refers to electronic network technology which precisely identifies physical environments to the extent that they become responsive and user interactive. The idea began exactly on the course  of the 1990s and turn of the century, concurrent with the expansion of internet culture within mainstream society. While ambient intelligence technology Continue reading The Awakening of Ambient Intelligence

Architects of the Internet Cathedral

Architects of the Internet Cathedral

“The process of technological development is like building a cathedral,” according to Paul Baran, who played a major role as an architect of the internet. “New people add stones to the foundation laid by others.” Who built the internet? Baran believed that it was a joint effort over time. Not everyone is so humble. TCP/IP Continue reading Architects of the Internet Cathedral

We Crunched 1 billion Java Logged Errors – Here is the result of 97% of Them

We Crunched 1 billion Java Logged Errors – Here is the result of 97% of Them

It is 2016 and nothing has changed in 30 years Dev and Ops teams still rely on log files that request disposal issue. Due to the unknown and we have complete confidence in the log files because we think the true secret to themselves. If only grep hard enough, or write a complete regex question, Continue reading We Crunched 1 billion Java Logged Errors – Here is the result of 97% of Them

To move ahead fast in cloud computing, Go slow

To move ahead fast in cloud computing, Go slow

The mad rush to adopt cloud technology is no secret. In fact, the tsunami of organizations that are racing to implement these solutions clearly reflects the need to have the best new “it” in IT. As TJ McCue wrote, “Instead of a slow-moving, fluffy white cloud image, the cloud computing industry should use a tornado Continue reading To move ahead fast in cloud computing, Go slow

Is the Internet for IoT ready?

Is the Internet for IoT ready?

We’re currently witnessing rapidly increasing product launches and sky-high elevated expectations from the emerging deployment of the Internet of Things in both personal and commercial areas. Stakeholders — ranging from hardware manufacturers and service providers to cloud platforms — are hard to measureand position their offerings to expect windfall rewards from accelerated IoT adoption. Is the Continue reading Is the Internet for IoT ready?

The Performance of Ten Pros: 10x Developers – Are they real?

The Performance of Ten Pros: 10x Developers – Are they real?

Takeaway: The tech world is abuzz with murmurs of the mythical 10x developer, but whether such a developer really exists is up for debate. Have you ever heard of a 10x programmer? If you’re not in the tech world, the answer is probably no, and even if you are in some way associated with the world Continue reading The Performance of Ten Pros: 10x Developers – Are they real?