The Big Data explosion in recent years has created a vast number of new technologies in the area of data processing, storage, and management. One of the biggest names to appear on the scene is Hadoop. In case you need a quick review,
In the 21 years since its inception, PHP has become the world’s most popular server side scripting language. Known as a powerful, easy to learn language, PHP, according to one metrics site, is used by 82% of all the websites whose server-side programming language is known.
We’re living in exciting but demanding technological times. Big Data, Internet of Things, Apple Watch, ubiquitous computing, smart machines, robotics, and home automation . . . things that were the talk of science fiction only a few short years ago are on every CIOs wish list today.
We ve heard a lot about Big Data over the past several years. It’s been one of the biggest topics in IT and practically every enterprise has been clamoring to get on-board the Big Data train. Now that some of the
We’ve heard lots in recent years about Big Data and the alternative models of data management and processing, like Hadoop and NoSQL. But truth be told, relational databases are still the workhorses of most of today’s small and medium sized businesses.
Most folks in IT are familiar with Apache at some level. It’s an open source web server, created in 1999 and maintained by a community of developers under the guidance of the Apache Software Foundation. Based on the latest numbers
There’s a lot of discussion and hype on the market right now about the Internet of Things . . . and for good reason. If projections are correct, by 2020 over 30 billion objects will wirelessly be connected to the internet.
Data, data, and more data. It’s all we hear about anymore. Everywhere you turn today businesses are talking about their challenges with how to collect, prepare, analyze, and visualize various types of complex data. By the way you hear them talk, you’d think that data is gold.
Over the past several years we’ve all become well-accustomed to the BYOD model of technology implementation. Thanks to the “consumerization of IT” employees started migrating their own smartphones and tablets and personal devices to work.
We’ve heard a lot about Big Data over the past several years. It’s been one of the biggest topics in IT and practically every enterprise has been clamoring to get onboard the Big Data train. Now that some of the
We’ve all become well familiar with the major iterations of the “as a service” cloud computing model over the past 5 years (PaaS, SaasS, IaaS), and seen the transformative ways that cloud has changed IT. In fact, every time you turn around it seems like there’s another new ‘as a service.’ There’s now
NoSQL is a technical term that means either “No SQL” or “Not only SQL” and represents a paradigm shift away from sole reliance on relational databases. Relational databases (RDMS) emerged in the 1970s and were based on a set of data tables that could be queried and matched based on languages like SQL.
2015 is the 10th birthday of Ruby on Rails (or simply called Rails), the popular open source web application framework that uses the Ruby programming language. Ever since Rails burst on the scene a decade ago it has continued to scale up as an elegant way to build dynamic websites quickly and efficiently.
Perhaps you’ve heard of the word “convergence” in regards to today’s digital technologies. Convergence describes the correlation and alignment of key capabilities in the areas of mobile, cloud, and Big Data to provide more powerful solutions than each technology can provide by itself.
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