Showing posts from June 14, 2016

LiveRamp + Facebook’s Offline Conversions API for offline sales transactions

Onboarding Sales Transaction Data, sales transaction data, real business returns, campaign performance, digital marketing budgets, advertising exposures and offline purchases are at the centre of stakes.  This new integration with Facebook can help you to connect Facebook advertising campaigns with offline sales transactions taking place in stores, branch offices, contact centers, and other brick-and-mortar locations. 
Henceforth, LiveRamp can enable you to securely onboard your sales transaction data and perform closed-loop measurement analysis.

Industrial Wireless Monitoring into any type of application

The adoption and use of sensor technology is on interesting curve by leveraging inter alia the power of emerging technologies such as Big data and analytics, and cloud computing.
A vendor like Synapse is focusing on flexibility and each level when it comes to help industries integrate wireless control seamlessly into their existing infrastructure and provide them with real-time data which can help to eliminate unexpected system failures. 
The EK2100-220, which has just been released, can provide users a simple demonstration on how wireless connectivity can be incorporated into just about any type of application.

Google Container Engine (GKE) node pools in the Microservices industry

Microservices architecture is disrupting the Application Economy; at Google, theyare aware of stakes through Google Container Engine (GKE) that aims to be the best place to set up and manage your Kubernetes clusters.
In fact, from a set of difficulties to have a cluster with a heterogeneous machine configuration, henceforth with a new feature in Google Container Engine, you can have multiple node pools that better suit your needs. 
You can now easily add a node pool to your existing cluster composed of n1-standard-4 (or bigger) machines. 
The new “node-pools” commands is available via the gcloud command line tool.

Guidance on Using Microservices to Achieve Success in the Application Economy

For the stakes related to productivity, flexibility, scalability, velocity and system manageability, the modular, distributed approach of microservices is henceforth at the centre of IT industry.
The availability of “Microservice Architecture – Aligning Principles,Practices and Culture,” as a practical guide to designing and sustaining software systems that use the modular, distributed approach of microservices aims to streamlined this momentum.
One can note that, the book features the experiences of global organizations that have ‘successfully’ adopted microservices to improve development speed and system safety at scale. 
Co-authored by the API Academy at CA Technologies and published by O’Reilly Media, the book explains why microservices are important, as well as how to build sustainable applications using a microservice architecture. 
The book explores a design-based approach to microservices with guidance in a number of implementation areas. It offers a set of recipes and best practi…

Infinio Accelerator 3.0 for interesting Performance to VMware-based Environments

Storage performance, speed (1,000,000 IOPS per host), adds support for flash and SSDs, IT departments productivity are at the centre of stakes with the general availability of Accelerator3.0 to VMware datacenters. 
One can also observe, the release is built on vSphere APIs for IO Filtering, and operates with VMware Storage Policy-Based Management.