Best Open Source Cloud Service Management Tools
Posted by:Monica Samuel September 27th, 2012
Everyone is talking about the Cloud. Enterprises are considering moving to cloud solutions to reduce costs and operational load, pushing non-core business tasks off their infrastructural networks. While these options offer various opportunities, their efficient management is not always streamlined.  It makes sense for custom application developmentcompanies to evaluate the open source cloud service management solutions available in … Continue reading “Best Open Source Cloud Service Management Tools”
Posted by:Monica Samuel September 25th, 2012
iOS 6 is here. Apple has released the latest version of iOS for the new iPad, iPad 2, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPod Touch (4th and 5th generation). iOS developers have been priming for this phase since Apple released the iOS 6 beta and Xcode 4.5 Developer Preview with iOS 6 SDK beta … Continue reading “New iOS 6 Features iPhone and iPad Application Developers Need To Know”
Posted by:Monica Samuel September 20th, 2012
Google wants its Chrome browser to become as ubiquitous as Java and Linux, enabling enterprise and home users to access cloud and mobile applications on their browser for a seamless experience. In May 2012, Chrome stole a march on Internet Explorer, albeit by a small margin, with a market share of 32.76% versus IE’s 31.94%. Chrome for iOS, … Continue reading “Chrome OS & Browser Developments – Slow and Steady Wins?”
Posted by:Shyam Sundar September 18th, 2012
Microsoft is being cagey about the Windows Phone 8 SDK, allowing only a few developers to play with the much awaited release. Though this irks many developers, Microsoft claims the reason behind the secrecy is ‘that not all Windows Phone 8 features have been announced and our SDK includes comprehensive emulators that allow developers to test apps against a wide … Continue reading “Make Way for Windows Application Developers: Ready for Windows Phone 8 SDK Launch”
Posted by:Shyam Sundar September 13th, 2012
Leading technology vendors have come together to develop a standard for Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions to allow easy management and migration of applications across public and private clouds. Cloud Application Management for Platforms (CAMP), a PaaS management Application Programming Interface (API) specification, has been submitted to the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) to serve as … Continue reading “CAMP (Cloud Application Management for Platforms)”
Posted by:Monica Samuel September 11th, 2012
The latest Java Enterprise Edition (EE) 7 will release in Spring 2013; more than three years after the release of Java EE 6. Anticipant Java application developers will be disappointed to know that some cloud features promised in version 7 may not come through and could be postponed to Java EE 8, expected to release in … Continue reading “No Cloud till Java EE 8 for Enterprise Java Development?”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao September 6th, 2012
Graph databases, technically NoSQL databases, are perfect for social networking analytics where relationships bind multiple entities across a messy pattern that’s hard to break into structured traditional RDBMS or other database forms. Structure of graph databases Graph databases work on graph theory – breaking information into nodes, edges and key-value properties. Nodes represent entities such as people, businesses, accounts, or … Continue reading “The Rise of Graph Databases in Enterprise Application Development”
Posted by:Monica Samuel September 4th, 2012
The healthcare industry in USA is in a state of flux – coping with the changes in HIPAA, implementation of electronic health record (EHR) software, and various other technological advancements. CIOs have their work cut out, devising an IT strategy that ensures compliance, cost reduction, and security while ramping up healthcare systems before looming deadlines. Reforming the healthcare … Continue reading “Challenges in Revamping Healthcare Systems”

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