Java IoT

What Is the Business Imperative for Cognitive Computing? Cognitive Computing is becoming the foundation for a new generation of solutions that have the potential to transform business. Unlike traditional approaches to building solutions, a cognitive computing approach allows the ... (more)
The Industrial Case for IoT Fortunately, meaningful and tangible business cases for IoT are plentiful in a broad array of industries and vertical markets. These range from simple warranty cost reduction for capital intensive assets, to minimizing downtime for vital business too... (more)
The Emergence of the Quantified Small Business Sensors and effectors of IoT are solving problems in new ways, but small businesses have been slow to join the quantified world. They'll need information from IoT using applications as varied as the businesses themselves. In his s... (more)
A Tour of Data Platforms as a Service With the proliferation of both SQL and NoSQL databases, organizations can now target specific fit-for-purpose database tools for their different application needs regarding scalability, ease of use, ACID support, etc. Platform as a Service ... (more)
From Build to Scale: The Lifecycle of Microservices More and more companies are looking to microservices as an architectural pattern for breaking apart applications into more manageable pieces so that agile teams can deliver new features quicker and more effectively. What this p... (more)
In a recent Big Data Vision Workshop services engagement, our data science team explored a concept that I find very interesting and immensely actionable – uncovering and exploiting customer time period or cyclical purchase and engagement behaviors. Let’s call this “Customer Cycli... (more)
Verismic has launched a sleek, more focused user interface for its award-winning Cloud Management Suite (CMS) and two new features: multisite vRep and patch grouping. Hailed by MSPmentor.net as "the first and only endpoint device management software that requires no software agen... (more)
The next BriefingsDirect big-data use case discussion examines how the non-profit New York Genome Center manages and analyzes up to 12 terabytes of data generated each day from its genome sequence appliances. We’ll learn how a swift, cost efficient, and accessible big-data analyt... (more)
What is Push Intelligence? Push Intelligence helps you move beyond dashboards and reports and deliver on the promise of Business Intelligence (BI). It weeds out redundant and irrelevant information to deliver timely, relevant insights when and where you need them. Push intellige... (more)
I decide to write this blog after reading this post of a frustrated developer (he goes by the nick pistachio) who couldn’t create a simple single-page application (SPA) in JavaScript in several days. Typically frustration is a result of unmet expectations and this is the case her... (more)
Many of my blogs promote the business benefits of the data lake, both from a “save me more money” as well as the “make me more money” perspectives. But I fear that I’m making this thing called the data lake sound like a “silver bullet" [1] – just drop the data into the data lake ... (more)
Unit Testing Legacy Code: Three Reasons to Reconsider By Bob Reselman Teams that have embraced DevOps and begun using the practice of test driven development are familiar with the headaches that accompany testing legacy code. This is particularly true for companies that have appl... (more)
Logagent-js - Alternative to logstash, filebeat, fluentd, rsyslog? By Stefan Thies What is the easiest way to parse, ship and analyze my web server logs? You should know that I’m a Node.js fan boy and not very thrilled with the idea of running a heavy process like Logstash on my l... (more)
I attended a HIVE-sponsored Meetup yesterday evening titled, “Rocking the database world with RocksDB”. Since I had never heard of RocksDB, I was curious to learn how it is rocking the database world. Facebook built this key value store storage layer originally to use for MySQL ... (more)
What's Exciting About Java 9 and Application Performance Monitoring By Aakrit Prasad In today's modern computing age, constant enhancements in software innovations are driving us closer to an era of software revolution. Perhaps in the distant future, that may be how the 21st centu... (more)
An Introduction to Python Frameworks - Part 1 By Omed Habib Python began life in the late 1980s. It was developed by Guido van Rossum at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, a math and computer science research center in Amsterdam Science Park in the Netherlands. Van Rossum continues t... (more)
Introducing Private APIs for SwaggerHub by Tony Tam Since launching SwaggerHub in 2015, we've received a ton of great feedback from users about how we can improve the platform to help teams collaborate on and coordinate more effectively across the workflow of the API cycle. To ki... (more)
Catchpoint's Top 10 Blog Posts of 2015 by Maria Eldridge Web performance issues and advances have been gaining a stronger presence in the headlines as people are becoming more aware of its impact on virtually every business, and 2015 was no exception. We saw a myriad of major outa... (more)
Why Java Developers Will Embrace Angular 2 and TypeScript Most of the Java developers I know don’t like JavaScript. Initially. They would give you different reasons why, but the real one is simple: too much to learn to make it work. For many Java developers creating the front end ... (more)
During the last several years Oracle was working on their cloud solution, and several internal teams were creating JavaScript-based Web interfaces for the cloud. At some point Oracle decided to standardize on the set of JavaScript libraries used internally, and they also develope... (more)
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