Beyond the Simple Proxy: Using a Service Gateway to Secure the Extended Enterprise with Bi-Directional Protocol Handling

Large Enterprises face a constant challenge in balancing technology costs with new business goals. Many enterprises have existing business processes bound up in applications that communicate using ‘legacy’ protocols such as FTP and MQ, which were really designed for behind the firewall operation in a trusted network. Given these constraints what’s the best way for a large Enterprise to extend these applications to external customers and partners without relying on an expensive re-engineering effort or concentrating risk in a single vendor?

3D Vector Normalization Using 256-Bit Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel® AVX)

This article shows how to use 256-bit Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel® AVX) to normalize an array of 3D vectors. We describe a shuffle approach to convert between AOS & SOA on-the-fly in order to make data ready for up to 8-wide SIMD processing.
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  • Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions
  • 英特尔® SIMD 流指令扩展
  • SOA
  • visual computing
  • transpose
  • shuffle
  • AOS
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  • Enabling hospitals and their affiliated physicians to stay connected

    Hospitals and IDNs are increasingly looking for new ways to stay connected with their affiliated physicians to enable sharing of health information, streamline the referrals process, and provide seamless access to hospital, lab, PBMs and payer networks. Both hospitals and their affiliated physicians really get excited about the idea of having a consolidated view of patient information and a more integrated workflow, as it is an enabler for increased efficiency, reduced errors and improved outcomes.

    Design approaches for patient identification in health networks

    My last few posts have looked at the role of data standardization and terminology translation in enabling healthcare organizations to exchange information that can be understand by all. Terminology translation acts as a bridge to make it possible for two organizations to share and understand health data that is "codified" differently.

    The need for a "Right-Sized" SOA

    I have been writing over the last month or so about how the adoption of SOA is evolving in organizations and that in most cases tactical deployment is occuring by individual business domain driving the need for a "Right-sized" federated SOA which segments and connects an enterprise architecture through appropriately targeted layers of technology

    What's better for implementing SOA: All-in-One Stack or Best-of-Breed?

    Classic architecture considerations never seem to pass up a generation.  The classic debate of whether it is better to buy and implement an "all-in-one" SOA stack from one vendor or to embark on a "best-of-breed" strategy where specific vendors and technology are selected for specific capabilities is a regular discussion I find myself particpating in often. 

    Designing for gray scale: under the hood of medical terminology translation

    My last couple posts have touched on the importance of data standards in enabling interoperability in healthcare. It is important to recognize, however, that data standardization is not about dictating the way organizations capture and share clinical data.

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