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Fugue in the Cloud Infrastructure Orchestration and Enforcement industry

At the core of stakes, we have the ability to program and orchestrate the full lifecycle of your entire Amazon Web Services cloud infrastructure service stack across compute, network and storage in a systematic and scalable manner.
We also have, advanced cloud operations capabilities in the areas of team collaboration and next-generation enforcement of regulatory compliance and custom policies.
In effect, Fugue, Inc., announced the immediate availability of the free version of its cloud orchestration product, Fugue

For those who are unfamiliar, Fugue can simplify common challenges enterprises face when operating in the cloud and can mitigate the need for deep domain expertise required to manage massive infrastructure complexity and ensure regulatory compliance.
Fugue works with today’s workloads and DevOps toolchains and can significantly simplify a wide range of cloud-native use cases, including immutable infrastructure, container-based and serverless cloud services, microservices and …

Aerospace 3D printing at Boeing

It is interesting to see that, Boeing designs and manufactures 3D printed parts and components that are currently used in many aircraft. In August 2016, Boeing successfully manufactured a large solid 3D printed component, the trim-and-drill tool, which is used in the construction of the wings of its next-generation 777X wide-body aircraft.

Dell Wyse 5060 on virtual desktop performance, and support for unified communications

At the core of stakes, we have virtual desktop performance, and support for unified communications solutions like Skype for Business, the flexibility, efficiency and security organizations may require for their cloud environments with interesting user experience.
We also have the ability to drive down the cost and complexity of desktop virtualization, while providing better performance and making it easier than ever to plan, deploy and run VDI.
I can observe that, the Wyse 5060 thin client features an AMD 2.4GHz quad core processor that supports up to 8GB RAM and 64GB flash.
It aims to offer up to 30 percent greater performance over the previous generation.

Aerospace 3D printing at Airbus

I have a pleasure to recall that, Airbus has been engaged in the development of parts and components using 3D printing technology. It has partnered with many technology providers to acquire the necessary technologies required for 3D printing.  In November 2015, the company initiated the first flight test of a 3D printed aircraft model, under the project Testing High-tech Objectives in Reality (THOR), in Stade, Germany. 
Airbus had used a 46-pound mini aircraft model powered by 1.5 kW electrically driven propellers. Ninety percent of the structural components of the mini aircraft were produced from plastic polymer powder using 3D printed technology. 
Apart from this, Airbus has also used 3D printed parts for some of its aircraft models like A350 XWB, a long-haul twin engine aircraft.

The aerospace 3D printing momentum

When it comes to aerospace 3D printing, the ability to reduce the overall weight of an aircraft is at the core of stakes. 
Despite some hindrances related to stringent regulatory norms, that can prevent the mass adoption of 3D printing manufacturing technology into the widespread commercial aviation applications, it is clear that, the growth of the global aerospace 3D printing market is primarily driven by the increasing global demand for lightweight parts and components that can substantiate the need for operating a fuel-efficient aircraft.
Technavio expects that the global aerospace 3D printing market will represent a CAGR of 55.85%, reaching USD 660.94 million by 2020 from USD 71.89 million in 2015.

Cybercrime is big business

Steadily, it is obvious that, day over day cybercriminals including state-sponsored attacks are re-investing much of the gains and knowhow into developing more sophisticated capabilities, using more advanced technologies.

In effect, despite ongoing innovation in the cybersecurity industry with the Artificial Intelligence, much of the effort remains reactive. However, Cybersecurity is on the interesting way to become more predictive, rather than proactive, based on the innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities.