MacRae Linton had been contracted to build out an AI infrastructure for a startup, over an eight-month period. The startup ended up being bought out, thanks to the solid tools they built. Since then, he has made it a point to let clients know that they have options in how they approach infrastructure.
The days when building a new technology meant finding thousands of dollars and full-stack programming knowledge are over. Tech entrepreneur Stoyan Mitov welcomes us to the era of no-stack API-based startups with shorter development times and less expenses.
As application architecture continues to undergo change, modern applications are now living in increasingly distributed and dynamic infrastructure. Meanwhile, DNS and traffic management markets are finally shifting to accommodate the changing reality.
A recent IDC study has shown that a converged infrastructure can bring cost reductions and organisational benefits for IT teams. Mark Thurmond from VCE takes a look at the latest findings in IT infrastructure.
Big Blue feels its time to open up their cloud architecture ahead of OpenStacks Grizzly release.
Some systems are too large to be understood entirely by any one human mind. They are composed of a diverse array of individual components capable of interacting with each other and adapting to a changing environment. As systems, they produce behavior that differs in kind from the behavior of their components. Tim Berglund discusses the emerging discipline of Complexity Theory that seeks to describe such phenomena previously encountered in biology, sociology, economics, and other disciplines. Beyond new ways of looking at ant colonies, fashion trends, and national economies, complexity theory promises powerful insights to software development. The Internetperhaps the most valuable piece of computing infrastructure of the present daymay fit the description of a complex
The data revolution has started. Or has it?
Red Hat has been upping its contributions to the cloud platform OpenStack, according to statistics published last week
Eclipse 4 becomes base platform, the Github move and much much more in store
IT solutions provider Fujitsu has launched an ambitious global cloud strategy, which according to media reports will cost the company U.S. $537.3 million. The Japanese IT major’s cloud strategy comes with four ‘modes’: infrastructure, application, activity, and content.
A proposal for a ‘Cloud Deployment Toolkit‘ (CDTK) has been posted at Eclipse.org In terms of cloud computing, the Infrastructure […]
Jason van Zyl has announced a Sonatype rescue mission on March 5th in response to what he refers to as […]