When you’re building an app, why build and maintain your own server-side data management systems, storage, and operations when someone else can do it for you? Why get bogged down in the boring bits when you can do all the fun stuff, the client side programming, and leave the rest up to someone (or something) else? Or, if you’re the brains of the operation, why get backend or full stack developers on board when all you really need is front end devs?
Microsoft Skype is widely accepted as a go-to application to easily and cheaply communicate with both an audio and visual component. Skype also offers a high level of professionalism to ensure high-quality VoIP communication and has a strong reputation given its widespread use and acceptance.
If you’re an OpenStack user, or even if you’ve been thinking of migrating or building a new solution, then the April 2016 release of the thirteenth iteration of this enterprise cloud solution will be good news. Dubbed Mitaka, the latest OpenStack release focuses on management for operators, increased usability, and, as always, scalability as our products continue to grow ever larger and more complex.
The problem with big data development is that data scientists are not part of the traditional development team. Continuous Analytics is the application of DevOps to big data development in an effort to bring data scientists and big data engineers onto the Jira and Jenkins Agile development processes. So it fits into data science processes that have already been shown to greatly improve the efficiency of Java and other types of development enterprise projects.
In programming or software development, a rule engine allows you define “What you should do” and “How you should do it”. Being more specific, a business rule engine is a software system that executes one or more business rule in a program runtime production environment. One example of a business rule engine is Drools.
Apple’s Xcode is an integrated development environment (IDE) designed to build applications for Apple products such as the iPad, iPhone, and Mac. Xcode supports a number of popular programming languages including C, C++, Java, Python and Ruby among others.
When it comes to NoSQL databases, you’ve probably heard of a few: MongoDB, Cassandra, Redis, Aerospike… But when it comes to choosing a NoSQL database, it can be a bit difficult to pick between them. Each product is different, and each is the right choice for a certain given situation.
Any major updates to a programming language codebase are bound to bring with them a whole lot of interesting new features – some fantastic and highly useful, some quite niche, and some that leave many people scratching their heads.
Force.com is a cloud platform that helps developers build applications easily in a very speedy time with friendly, easy-to-use point-and-click tools. It also helps developers handle complex databases and spreadsheets more easily without slowing them down. Force.com is also a PAAS (Platform as a Service) that enables software developers the ability to create a single […]
Smartsourcing is a brief guide to the world of modern technology partnerships. It was developed through a collaborative effort of top Zymr executives as we uncovered a gap in the market between the perception of what outsourcing used to be, and how leading technology innovators are leveraging this globalized approach to value generation. Read this guide to learn...