Showing posts from February 16, 2015

Cloud-based video solution with an open API in data-driven word.

If many still hesitate, recalls that; an open API strategy is henceforth a new revenue stream, a source of value added and a great way to showcase services on the cloud, and make cloud-based monitoring easy-to-use, scalable, seamless, flexible, secure and reliable.
Therefore, salutes strategic alliance between Diebold, Incorporated and Eagle Eye Networks, Inc., to deliver cloud-based video services. The new video solutions aim to offer services that stream and store live and recorded video, provide flexible cloud storage, and generate notification and real-time analytics. 
Users will be able to access and manage these new video services from Diebold’s centralized software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution - SecureStat®.

Available LTE-Advanced networks around the world.

Proliferation of Mobile Video consumption, data traffic growth and the end to end mobility lead the dynamic of the LTE-Advanced networks.
According to ABI Research, at the end of 2014, LTE-Advanced covered its first 100 million people worldwide, just 4 years since the network’s inception. At the end of 2014, there were nearly 49 commercially available LTE-Advanced networks around the world. 

‘’Western European operators lead the commercialization with 20 operators, followed by 13 in Asia-Pacific; however, North America still commands the largest population coverage at 7.8%. “All four major operators of the United States have either commercially deployed (AT&T or Sprint) or have been actively deploying (Verizon and T-Mobile) their LTE-Advanced networks,” comments Lian Jye Su, Research Associate of Core Forecasting. can also discover that globally, a number of major auctions are expected to take place in several major markets in 2015.

Measuring cloud performance in cloud-driven world.

In our cloud-driven world where, developing applications on the cloud is natural, where the performance and productivity, scalability and the flexibility are the most critical concerns, where new design patterns, tools, and providers emerge, measure cloud performance; in this context inter alia means:

Evaluate cloud offerings beyond just looking at price or feature charts,
Collect input from cloud providers, analysts, and experts,
Measure the end to end time to provision resources in the cloud, in addition to reporting on the most standard metrics of peak performance,
Get a transparent view of application throughput, latency, variance, and overhead,
Create a visualization tool, to help you interpret the results,
Release the source code under the ASLv2 license, making it easy for contributors to collaborate and maintain a balanced set of benchmarks, recommends a living benchmark framework, designed to evolve, that always measures the latest workloads so you can make inform…