Showing posts from July 23, 2015

The future of container-based computing.

The open source container orchestration system is henceforth at the center of stakes, when it comes to develop, deploy, run and manage applications; cloud-native and microservice-based applications.
The dynamic behind the Cloud Native ComputingFoundation (CNCF) to make container-based computing easier is encouraging.
Kubernetes, the open source container orchestration system, (GitHub)   is now ready for production use pending the entire container toolset. 
So, salutes this momentum susceptible to develop the future of container-based computing.

Critical security Updates at Cisco and critical cross-site scripting vulnerabilities in WordPress 4.2.2.

Image recalls that Cisco has released security updates to address vulnerabilities in its Application Policy Infrastructure Controller, IOS software, and the Unified MeetingPlace Conferencing products. Exploitation of these vulnerabilities may allow a remote attacker to gain unauthorized access, cause a denial-of-service condition, or take control of the affected application. So encourages users and administrators to review the Cisco Security Advisories cisco-sa-20150722-apic, cisco-sa-20150722-tftp, and cisco-sa-20150722-mp and apply the necessary updates. also recalls that WordPress 4.2.2 and prior versions contain critical cross-site scripting vulnerabilities. Exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected website. Therefore, users and administrators are encouraged to review the WordPress Security and Maintenance Release and upgrade to WordPress 4.2.3.

Wowza Streaming Engine software as a click-to-deploy streaming solution on Google’s infrastructure.

With the proliferation of mobile video consumption around the world, it is obvious that, procuring, configuring, and deploying a media server capable of reliable, high quality video and audio streaming can be expensive and complex for a beginner.

In this context, cloud-based content streaming appears henceforth as the simplest, most cost-effective way to begin delivering great content to your users.
Google Cloud Platform together with Wowza Media Systemsoffer Wowza Streaming Engine software as a click-to-deploy streaming solution on Google’s infrastructure. salutes this momentum susceptible to streamline the mobile vide experiences.

Awesome reasons to move to streamlined cloud content sharing and collaboration platform.

Collaborative capabilities are henceforth central when it comes to modernize, improve performance and enhance agility and productivity.
Streamlined Cloud content sharing and collaboration platforms empower mobile access to content, information sharing and collaboration among disparate teams. Meaning that, workforce has become more autonomous, flexible and much more productive.
With streamlined Cloud content sharing and collaboration platforms, organizations move off of expensive, legacy architecture and create more agile and productive environments for employees.
Here, you can confidently embrace collaboration and mobility by coupling an intuitive end-user experience with robust admin controls to securely manage information.
Streamlined Cloud content sharing and collaboration platforms: Enable greater productivity through secure, user-friendly tools; Improve collaboration and sharing across the organization; Empower a more mobile workforce who can work anywhere and on any de…

The end-to-end data center service management (DCSM) in our data-driven age.

In our data-driven age marked also by companies with data centers, where efficient, proactive and reliable services are critical, recalls that visibility of activities in the data center that is required to deliver service-level agreements (SLAs) is vital.
Therefore the real-time ability to combine data center infrastructure management, robust workflow capabilities and seamless integration into IT service management (ITSM) solutions is the game changer.
In fact it is inter alia indispensable to enabling enterprises to maintain accurate, real-time information about their IT and data center assets, streamline their processes and improve the measurement of data center operations, thus improving service level agreements (SLAs). Nlyte paves its way in this vertical.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7 in our container-based application age.

Awesome to see that, enterprises more and more explore and transition to container-based application infrastructure.
The stakes and benefits are related to agility, security, productivity, performance and scalability.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7is now fully available. salutes this momentum which can offer enterprise IT teams new capabilities to bolster system security, proactively identify and resolve business-critical IT issues, and embrace some of the latest open source technologies, such as Linux containers. 
Henceforth Red Hat users can to transform traditional workloads into container-based applications.

Mobile Location-Based Services in our mobile age.

LBS-enabled mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices are at the center of excitements with drivers like increased adoption of GPS-enabled devices; influence of LBS on Social Networking.
Privacy Concerns remain the critical challenges when it comes to LBA, the newest form of mobile advertising that uses LBS (Location-Based Services) technology and targets users based on their current location. 
According to Technavio the global mobile location-based services market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 36% from 2015-2019. 
Key Vendors include: Facebook Inc.; Foursquare Inc.; Google Inc.; Groupon Inc. ; HERE and TomTom NV.