Development infrastructure and hardware
Developing enterprise architecture requires a focus that spreads out beyond application development and into the development infrastructure. Enterprise infrastructure includes on-premise servers and hardware frameworks as well as cloud-based infrastructure as a service and platform as a service (IaaS and PaaS) cloud resources. Focusing on architecture infrastructure helps enterprise application developers and architects build faster, more efficient applications that are easier to scale out and to maintain.
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Google's Solve for X program names four pioneers
12 Feb 2015
News - Google's Solve for X program has determined four moonshot finalists. Learn who they are and the technological advances they represent.
Google's Solve for X Program nears this year's final round
23 Jan 2015
News - Interested in solving the worlds greatest problems? Well, Google is, and if you want Google to give some of your solutions a little attention, then getting in on their Solve for X program is a must.
Will the Red Hat model work for IaaS cloud computing with OpenStack?
17 Jun 2013
News - The Red Hat transition is to move their successful model to IaaS through OpenStack and cloud computing. But will this new move from the JBoss company work as well as RHEL did a decade ago?
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Growing the demand for NoSQL technology, and non-relational solutions
30 Jan 2015
Feature - While relational databases have been the stalwart of enterprise computing, more and more organizations are looking at NoSQL solutions that will free them from many of the constraints of a relational database system.
30 Jan 2015
Amazon's AppStream: Solving the high-definition media delivery problem for mobile apps
02 May 2014
Feature - As handheld devices become capable of handling higher resolution images, organizations are finding the task of streaming HD data to micro devices to be a real challenge. Amazon's AppStream is designed to help simplify the task of high resolution device...
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Effective Agile testing means leveraging the JMS dead message queue
16 Jun 2013
Tip - JMS messaging is a great way to architect a solution, but smart Agile testing means leveraging the data on the dead message queue.
Five tips for developing reliable embedded devices
20 Sep 2011
Tip - The whole point of embedded tech is reliability. If you don’t feel confident that your embedded device will perform, it’s not ready for deployment.
Ruggedization of embedded systems opens options for Java developers
19 Sep 2011
Tip - Ruggedization is making embedded hardware less delicate, which in turn is making room for Java developers to build better embedded software.