In my previous blog, I discussed “Ways to Speeding up Your Cloud Environment…”, I will continue with this thread by introducing the topic of Software Defined Networks (SDN). The industry has been depending on proprietary networking equipment and appliances, essentially creating an environment requiring vertical integrated software running on dedicated hardware.
What is MWC?
We’ve seen unprecedented growth in the mobile ecosystem in the last few years. It’s expanding at lightning speed, with endless innovation and new applications of mobile technology everywhere we look. From zero contact payments and augmented reality to embedded devices and connected cities, mobile technology is changing the world. The impact that mobile is poised to have on the world is limitless.
In this episode of Intel App Show for Developers 33, Bob Duffy and Rhonda Peters are live from IDF 2012 in San Francisco. With a keynote from Renee James, a student hackathon, and exciting new code demos, this episode definitely had a lot going on. Watch the entire episode here.
Keynote from Renee James – Transparent Computing
Many cores are critical to Web App/Service Hosting for the following reasons:
Cloud computing and Web-based applications are moving distributed desktop computing to more centralized Web servers;
The server does multi-tasking in kernel mode;
The server does multi-tasking and multithreading in user mode, with potentially much higher load;
Many applications are deployed in a Web server;
Each Web application and each Web service can be accessed by many clients at the same time;
Web software development and cloud computing based on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) represent the modern software engineering theory, practices and technologies. The book takes a comprehensive and coherent approach to address these issues. The goal is to learn the concepts, principles and methods in advanced software architecture, software engineering, and software development. The approach is learning by developing.