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At first glance, building a real-time application may sound like a daunting proposition, one that involves technical challenges as well as a significant financial investment, especially when you have an application goal of responding within a fraction of a second.
But advances in hardware, networking, and softwaremdash;both commercial as well as open sourcemdash;make building real-time applications today very achievable.
So what do these real-time applications look like?This article presents three common real-time application patterns that require a real-time decision, meaning a response returned or transaction executed based on real-time input.
To determine which pattern to apply to your application, you must first define your real-time objective.
Ask yourself: How fast does the application need to respond?To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Urgent security triage needed A flaw has been found in the way the Linux kernel loads ELF files.…
Leading Global Business Process Company to Market OutSystems Platform Through Its Distribution EcosystemLondon – 28th September, 2017 – OutSystems, provider of the number one platform for low-code development, today announced a collaboration with SYNNEX Corp. (NYSE: SNX), one of the leading IT distributors.
SYNNEX, a Fortune 500 business process services company with more than 20,000 resellers, operates in numerous countries throughout North and South America, Asia-Pacific and Europe.The agreement provides OutSystems with a new distribution... Source: RealWire
And legislators are blaming the governor for the edits.
The 2nd generation Echonbsp;costs just $99, and has a 2.5rdquo; downward-firing woofer and 0.6rdquo; tweeter powered by Dolby to deliver crisp vocals and dynamic bass throughout the room. You can play music from Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, and more. With Amazon Music, you can search by lyrics, time-period, or let Alexa pick the music for you. You can also listen to audiobooks from Audible, podcasts, radio stations or news briefs. Make calls, set alarms and timers, ask questions, check your calendar, weather, traffic, and sports scores, manage to-do and shopping lists, control smart home devices, and more. Multiple Echo devices around your house work together -- ask Alexa to play your favorite music on all Echo's, or different styles in different rooms.
The new Echo won't ship until October 31, but if you order now and select 2-day shipping, you'll have it on your doorstep the day it's released.
See it on Amazon here.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
People think of autonomous vehicles as incredibly powerful, automatic machines, but the software that guides those machines is programmed by individual people in a manual effort. Wersquo;re spoiled with technology that seems borderline magical, but even the AI programs that manage to learn on their own started out in the hands of human beings.This manual effort is part of whatrsquo;s slowing down the progress of self-driving cars (along with slow regulatory progress and logistical hurdles), but a new approachmdash;microtaskingmdash;might offer a solution to the problem.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Ask it to play your favorite shows, turn off the lights, or pause the TV.
"Yeah, I screwed up royally."
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The good, the bad and the weird from this week Roundup As ever, it has been a busy week on the security front with good news, some very bad reports, corporate failings all round and troubling signs ahead for those worried about government intrusion in the online world.…
Russell Smith is cofounder and CTO of Rainforest QA. When I tell other CTOs and engineers that we rely heavily on Heroku to run our business, they invariably have the same reaction: Why? Why not AWS? Are you joking? Have you heard of Google Cloud? Are you an idiot?This happens without fail. With. Out.
The argument usually goes something like this: Why pay more for a PaaS when you can build it yourself on Google or AWSmdash;and have it just how you want it? To which I say: Poppycock.
These people are missing the real benefits of PaaS, and perhaps some basic economic sense as well.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Now that enterprises have done serious work in the cloud, theyrsquo;re a bit unhappy with their cloud technology providers.
It turns out that migrations are not so easy, and service levels arenrsquo;t what they expect.According to a recent report by 451 Research, three quarters of organizations are willing to pay a premium for enhanced services from their cloud technology providers. Just under half (48.7 percent) of the 600 IT pros polled said they would pay to enhance their security, 43.3 percent said they would pay extra for guaranteed uptime and performance metrics, 33.6 percent would pay more for enhanced customer service, and 26.4 percent would pay more for enhanced operational management.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here