It reads like the chicken and egg story only in the case of Micro Services and Micro Segmentation it is very easy to think that they come as a package deal and thus confuse the two. Continuer la lecture de What comes first? Micro Services or Micro Segmentation?
1. « Big Data »- I only give this one a 6 because it’s been proven time and time again that most people don’t actually know what these words mean. In my opinion, the past YEARS were the years of big data. The question now is not if you know about it, it’s about what you’re doing with it.
There’s no denying that the world is spinning at a precarious speed. 90% of the world’s data has been created in the past two years alone. Just several years before that, the term « Big Data » was shrouded in obscurity and ambiguity. Now numerous Big Data mining techniques have been discovered, explored, exploited, and evolved upon. Companies now have to struggle to stand out from the masses that have undertaken Big Data initiatives.
The highly anticipated iOS7 has arrived in Beta format for developers to mess around with according to a recent article on TechCrunch. This can only one thing: we are getting ever closer to the launch of the full version across all iOS enabled products. From the previews we had seen before of it’s more colorful, open (ahem! Windows 8) approach, will it ultimately deliver to Apple-lovers the world over? Continuer la lecture de iOS7: Now in Beta
Steve Ballmer revealed at Microsoft Build yesterday a preview of the forthcoming Windows 8.1, not quite a new OS nor ‘just another software update.’ On the contrary, there are plenty of glitches fixed, along with added extras that the user can truly benefit from. We’ve chosen a few that you might like.