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Break down barriers between IT teams, also means!

Ease-of-use and simplicity are increasingly indispensable to enable developer and operators in IT organizations to quickly learn and deploy, monitor the software.
In this dynamic, open source IT automation frameworks bring inter alia: agility, simplicity, scalability and security that can help you in real-time.
For example, the general availability of Ansible 2.0 brings increased stability, new automation capabilities, and new integrations with a variety of services and providers, broadening support for public, private, and hybrid cloud deployments, and expanding Ansible’s footprint into Microsoft Windows environments and network management.
Ansible 2.0 is henceforth available via GitHub, PyPi, and package manager for most major Linux distributions. For users seeking more control, security, and delegation for their Ansible deployments, Ansible Tower is available via subscription tiers suitable for everyone from small companies to full-scale, mission-critical enterprise devops teams.

New momentum for Google’s web-scale analytics services within the mobile games industry

More and more, developers and enterprises need authentic streamlined capabilities to focus on core of their business. The stakes are huge in terms of productivity, performance and competiveness.
When it comes to mobile games industry, the emerging reality is that, mobile games attract millions of players and generate terabytes of game-related data in real-time.
As you can imagine, this places abnormal pressure on the infrastructure powering these games and requires scalable data analytics services to provide timely, actionable insights in a cost-effective way.

Henceforth, for those who use Google’s web-scale analytics services to create personalized experiences for their players, the new reference architecture describes how you can collect, archive and analyze vast amounts of gaming telemetry data using Google Cloud Platform’s data analytics products. The architecture for analyzing mobile game events focuses on Batch processing and Real-time processing.
A key benefit of this architect…