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Aug
22
2017
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

ScaleOut Software Adds Support for Distributed Caching in ASP.NET Core 2.0 with its v5.6 Release Industry-leading in-memory data grid also adds stateful stream processing and other features for in-memory computing in version 5.6. BELLEVUE, WA – August 22, 2017 – ScaleOut Software, a leading provider of in-memory computing software, today announced the version 5.6 release of […]

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Aug
22
2017
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

ScaleOut Software Adds Support for Distributed Caching in ASP.NET Core 2.0 with its v5.6 Release Industry-leading in-memory data grid also adds stateful stream processing and other features for in-memory computing in version 5.6. BELLEVUE, WA – August 22, 2017 – ScaleOut Software, a leading provider of in-memory computing software, today announced the version 5.6 release of […]

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Aug
22
2017
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

ScaleOut Software Introduces Breakthrough in Stream Processing with its v5.6 Release Stateful stream processing tracks the dynamic state of data sources, offering a basis for deeper introspection and more effective alerting. BELLEVUE, WA – August 22, 2017 – ScaleOut Software, a leading provider of in-memory computing software, today announced the version 5.6 release of its in-memory data […]

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Aug
22
2017
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

ScaleOut Software Introduces Breakthrough in Stream Processing with its v5.6 Release Stateful stream processing tracks the dynamic state of data sources, offering a basis for deeper introspection and more effective alerting. BELLEVUE, WA – August 22, 2017 – ScaleOut Software, a leading provider of in-memory computing software, today announced the version 5.6 release of its in-memory data […]

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Aug
22
2017
Posted by The Xoriant blog

Prologue EA is a topic that is highly in debate and there are many frameworks like TOGAF, Zachman that help in defining the enterprise. This article takes reference of TOGAF for the discussion. While practicing TOGAF, it’s always implied that...

The post Applying Enterprise Architecture Rightly appeared first on Xoriant Blog.

 
Jul
25
2017
Posted by Nati Shalom Blog
Last quarter we launched Cloudify 4, a major milestone transforming Cloudify from a DevOps tool to a complete Application and Network Management Platform. This is highlighted by the addition of an enhanced customizable portal, based on React, with an emphasis...
 
Jul
25
2017
Posted by Nati Shalom Blog
A decade ago, large-scale services were an edge-case scenario, often designed as one-off systems. Then, in the mid 2000s, the financial services industry began using algorithmic trading and automated trading systems, which required scalability under extreme low-latency in a stateful...
 
Jul
07
2017
Posted by The Xoriant blog

In this four part blog series we will delve into the realm of REST API specification standard called as Swagger or OpenAPI (http://swagger.io) Swagger or OpenAPI is a specification for describing RESTful APIs in an implementation language agnostic manner. The...

The post Introduction to Swagger – Specification for Describing RESTful APIs appeared first on Xoriant Blog.

 
Jun
30
2017
Posted by All Things Distributed

Customer service is central to the overall customer experience that all consumers are familiar with when communicating with companies. That experience is often tested when we need to ask for help or have a question to be answered. Unfortunately, we've become accustomed to providing the same information multiple times, waiting on hold, and generally spending a lot more time than we expected to resolve our issue when we call customer service.

When you call for customer assistance, you often need to wait for an agent to become available after navigating a set of menus. This means that you're going to wait on hold regardless of whether your issue is simple or complex. Once connected, the systems that power call centers generally don't do a good job of using and sharing available information. Therefore, you often start out anonymous and can't be recognized until you've gone through a scripted set of questions. If your…

 
Jun
28
2017
Posted by All Things Distributed

This article titled "Wartet nicht auf Perfektion – lernt aus euren Fehlern!" appeared in German last week in the "Digitaliserung" column of Wirtschaftwoche.

"Man errs as long as he doth strive." Goethe, the German prince of poets, knew that already more than 200 years ago. His words still ring true today, but with a crucial difference: Striving alone is not enough. You have to strive faster than the rest. And while there's nothing wrong with striving for perfection, in today's digital world you can no longer wait until your products are near perfection before offering them to your customers. If so, you will fall behind in your market.

So if you can't wait for perfection, what should you do instead? I believe the answer is to experiment…

 
Jun
27
2017
Posted by ToddMace.io

For those that have the privilege of attending the Nutanix .NEXT 2017 conference this week, I would like to cordially invite you to my session titled: “When AWS IS Not Forever” this Thursday at 11:35 am. (Cherry Blossom) #AW204

I have the pleasure of presenting along with Paul Harb, Sr. Director of Nutanix Consulting Services. We will be outlining AWS use cases and exposures when making those critical decisions around workload placement. Then we will demonstrate current tools and services available to transition workloads back to your on-prem datacenter when it makes sense. This session is jam-packed, as we will have two demos, a customer validation and something new to showcase!

If you are unable to attend .NEXT this year, make sure and at least signup…

 
Jun
21
2017
Posted by All Things Distributed

Today, I'm excited to announce the general availability of Amazon DynamoDB Accelerator (DAX), a fully managed, highly available, in-memory cache that can speed up DynamoDB response times from milliseconds to microseconds, even at millions of requests per second. You can add DAX to your existing DynamoDB applications with just a few clicks in the AWS Management Console – no application rewrites required.

DynamoDB has come a long way in the 5 years since we announced its availability in January 2012. As we said at the time, DynamoDB was a result of 15 years of learning in the area of large scale non-relational databases and cloud services. Based on this experience and learning, we built DynamoDB to be a fast, highly scalable NoSQL database to meet the needs of Internet-scale applications.

DynamoDB was the first service at AWS to use SSD storage. Development of DynamoDB was guided by the core set of distributed systems…

 
Jun
21
2017
Posted by All Things Distributed

Today, I am very excited to announce our plans to open a new AWS Region in Hong Kong! The new region will give Hong Kong-based businesses, government organizations, non-profits, and global companies with customers in Hong Kong, the ability to leverage AWS technologies from data centers in Hong Kong. The new AWS Asia Pacific (Hong Kong) Region will have three Availability Zones and be ready for customers for use in 2018.

Over the past decade, we have seen tremendous growth at AWS. As a result, we have opened 43 Availability Zones across 16 AWS Regions worldwide. Last year, we opened new regions in Korea, India, the US, Canada, and the UK. Throughout the next year, we will see another eight zones come online, across three AWS Regions (France, China, and Sweden). However, we do not plan to slow down and we are not stopping there. We are actively working to open new regions in the locations…

 
Jun
19
2017
Posted by Nati Shalom Blog
In the first part of this series, we looked at the issue of cloud management silos created by multiple cloud environments and management platforms designed to serve different needs in the software delivery process, proposing a next-generation CMP as the...
 
Jun
07
2017
Posted by All Things Distributed

Unlocking the value of data is a primary goal that AWS helps our customers to pursue. In recent years, an explosion of intelligent devices have created oceans of new data across many industries. We have seen that such devices can benefit greatly from the elastic resources of the cloud. This is because data gets more valuable when it can be processed together with other data.

At the same time, it can be valuable to process some data right at the source where it is generated. Some applications – medical equipment, industrial machinery, and building automation are just a few – can't rely exclusively on the cloud for control, and require some form of local storage and execution. Such applications are often mission-critical: safeties must operate reliably, even if connectivity drops. Some applications may also rely on timely decisions: when maneuvering heavy machinery, an absolute minimum of…