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.
Limited bandwidth may stifle IoT development
10 Sep 2015
Tip - When it comes to IoT development, limited network bandwidth could be the weak link in the chain as latency stifles progress.
Virtual networking can improve DevOps software quality
31 Mar 2015
Tip - Increased use of advanced networking functionality and virtual networking could lead to improved DevOps software quality.
Enterprise architects consider using cloud-based IDEs
31 Mar 2015
Tip - For many reasons, enterprise architects are now considering cloud-based IDEs as an alternative to a desktop development environment.
What HTTP/2 means to the data center and its security
10 Mar 2015
Tip - A new hypertext protocol promises better performance for complex and demanding websites.
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.
Consolidating network appliances with virtualization
27 Jun 2011
Tip - With virtualization, it is now possible to make more efficient use of physical resources and thereby space and power consumption, which lead to cost savings.