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Microsoft Cloud Azure: making it possible to provision and manage Azure infrastructure with Puppet.

The pace of IT automation within businesses of all sizes is encouraging; as organizations of all sizes are henceforth aware of critical benefits inter alia related to: performance, flexibility, agility, security and productivity. Many use Microsoft Cloud Azure as preferred cloud platform and certainly Puppet Application Orchestration, when it comes to orchestrate the deployment and management of business-critical infrastructure and applications. Henceforth, with the new Azure module, Puppet Labs is making it possible to provision and manage Azure infrastructure with Puppet. observes that, with the new Azure module, users can model their desired state of Azure Virtual Machines in Puppet code and add these models to version control so changes and modifications to the code can be reviewed and shared across multiple teams.

Machine learning for all: allow ideas and insights to be rapidly exchanged through working code

It is henceforth indispensable to recall that, the potential benefits of machine learning is and will be always evident ; so thanks to the increased processing power of computers and data centers, the Machine learning technology is for all. Software libraries (like TensorFlow) now open-sourced, accelerate this momentum. At we work in real-time to help streamlining each critical experiences.

Businesses looking to deploy IoT should consider a decentralized security and management model

We live henceforth in a connected era where security is at the core of critical stakes for everyone and for organizations of all sizes.
We are still at the early stages when it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT), but opportunities and challenges are already increasingly numerous and various.
The Internet of Things (IoT) generates vast amount of data in real-time; this requires a particular approach that imposes businesses looking to deploy IoT, to deeply consider a decentralized security and management model, as this would have the combined effect of reducing data volumes, improve security and relieving the considerable strain on networks.
For those who are unfamiliar, recalls that, the IoT combines machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, humans interact with machines either through human-to-machine (H2M) such as industrial equipment or consumer devices, or machine-to-human (M2H) for things like digital signage.

Global In-Memory Computing Market

Opportunities, and benefits from our connected world are unmatched and numerous like the challenges related to this momentum. Organizations of all sizes continually generate vast amount of data in real-time, IT infrastructures need powerful performance and increasing trend toward using analytics for decision making is exciting.
In-memory processing in this dynamic brings a means of processing at faster speeds. For those who are unfamiliar, recalls that, Traditional disk-based systems do not offer timely response due to the high access latency to hard disks.
In-Memory Computing (IMC) primarily relies on keeping data in a server's Random Access Memory (RAM) as a means of processing at faster speeds. It especially relates to processing problems that require extensive access to data analytics, reporting, or data warehousing and big data applications.
Living henceforth in a data-driven world, where internet companies have to provide meaningful real-time service (e.g., r…

Global Alert on Security and the Cyber security concerning Microsoft software, Google Chrome, Apple products and Flash Player draws you attention on the following critical bulletins and recalls that on the same occasion that: 
Microsoft has released 12 updates to address vulnerabilities in Microsoft software. Exploitation of some of these vulnerabilities could allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected system. encourages users and administrators to review Microsoft Security Bulletins MS15-124 through MS15-135 and apply the necessary updates.
Apple has released security updates for iOS 9.2, tvOS 9.1, OS X, watchOS 2.1, Safari 9.0.2, and Xcode 7.2 to address multiple vulnerabilities, one of which could allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected system.
Updates available include:
iOS 9.2 for iPhone 4s and later, iPod touch (5th generation) and later, iPad 2 and latertvOS 9.1 for Apple TV (4th generation)OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 and Security Update 2015-008 for OS X Mavericks v10.9.5, OS X Yosemite v10.10.5, OS X El Capitan v10.11 …