Taking a look at the top ten companies in the cloud computing sector provides an interesting insight into the state of the industry today.
Witness the journey of this beloved, faithful tool , LAMP stacks, as it rises to its esteemed position in the eyes of developers.
If you have made an application that needs to be controlled or managed by the init process on your system, or alternately have installed a third party application from outside of your repositories, then you are probably familiar with the creation of init scripts. For those that aren’t, these init scripts deal with the process…
Our predictions based from CES 2017. Where should you put your money?
If your company has not yet signed a cloud computing contract, chances are you are considering one sometime in the near future. Look at are lists of warning signs to be aware of.
Most people familiar with internet jargon have heard of both “cloud computing” and the “Internet of Things.” The former, which refers to the use of remote servers to store and manage data, and the latter, which describes connected sensors being embedded in everyday objects. Combined they are two of the most consequential trends in the…
Although the concept of cloud computing has been with us since the late 20th century, its influence on programmers, developers and the internet as a whole only really became obvious during the last few years. As connection speeds have increased, the flexibility offered by cloud-hosted services is finally beginning to look compelling.
There are many reasons to move your company onto the cloud. These range from increasing data accessibility without infrastructure cost worries to creating an entirely scalable storage system. Whatever you choose, don’t ignore customer service.
It’s only a couple of years since some excitable journalists began suggesting apps might eventually replace websites. Now, the mainstream media is beginning to run stories about chatbots being potential app-killers. And although bots are clearly growing in popularity worldwide, are these rumors as baseless as the predicted demise of web pages?