Le API (Application Programming Interface) costituiscono le fondamenta di questa nuova azienda "aperta", consentendo alle società di riutilizzare le risorse informative esistenti al di là dei confini dell'organizzazione.
Sebbene il concetto di application programming interface (API) possa apparire obsoleto, esso è in realtà in corso di trasformazione, perché un numero crescente di aziende, incentivate dalle esigenze di mobility e cloud, tende a esporre le proprie risorse informative a sviluppatori terzi.
Every user’s first interaction with your website begins with a series of DNS queries. The Domain Name System (DNS) is a distributed internet database that maps human-readable names to IP addresses, ensuring users reach the correct website when entering a URL. DNS mappings are maintained in special-purpose servers called DNS nameservers. When a user enters your company’s URL, a DNS query is routed to a DNS nameserver containing the address mappings for your company’s internet domain.
A key technical underpinning of the cloud and the Internet of Things are Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). APIs provide consistent methods for outside entities such as web services, clients and desktop applications to interface with services in the cloud.
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Companies exploring offshore software development often find an overwhelming array of options. For example, is India the best choice? What about China, Russia or Brazil? Time, distance and language barriers also make it difficult to assess the quality of offshore developers. How can businesses reduce the risks of offshoring?
Despite the fact that Software Executives are pressured to do more with less and cut costs to the bone, many see offshoring as a "threat." They know they need to go offshore - but where? And with who? What they want is an easier, better, more effective and safer way to use offshore programming resources.
Join Forrester Vice President & Principal Analyst Jeffrey Hammond for an examination of the choices developers are making, trends in programming language adoption, adoption of frameworks, and how development projects are moving to the cloud.
Published By: Vertica
Published Date: Oct 30, 2009
Independent research firm Knowledge Integrity Inc. examine two high performance computing technologies that are transitioning into the mainstream: high performance massively parallel analytical database management systems (ADBMS) and distributed parallel programming paradigms, such as MapReduce, (Hadoop, Pig, and HDFS, etc.). By providing an overview of both concepts and looking at how the two approaches can be used together, they conclude that combining a high performance batch programming and execution model with an high performance analytical database provides significant business benefits for a number of different types of applications.
A complex IT infrastructure is a stumbling block for many businesses seeking greater agility in these uncertain times. This white paper shows how a service oriented architecture (SOA) helps align the infrastructure with business needs in order to achieve maximum flexibility.
Software development projects have a long and storied history of failure. In fact, 82% of projects today run late, while errors cost 80% of the average project budget to fix (The Standish Group). Certainly no other business process today is allowed to endure this sort of failure. But software development is often left to chance, despite the significant cost and importance of the process.
Doug Gold, chief financial officer of CoreObjects, a Los Angeles-based product development company with multiple locations across India, talks about how his company is overcoming the challenges of visibility and control within distributed software development projects.
This whitepaper asserts that moving to the next generation of software development and sourcing requires moving from art to science. Given how dependent we are on software as a foundation for every product and service, anything less creates a climate of risk, uncertainty, and unjustifiable costs that undermines our ability to compete in a global marketplace.
Get under the hood: This technical note describes how to transform XML response into a JavaT-usable response by creating Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs) and calling JAXB's unmarshal method. Simplify how to send requests to create new instances based on images that request parameters from Java classes.
Published By: Kenandy
Published Date: Jan 28, 2015
What do Star Trek and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) have in common? Apart from each being a bold adventure, both have experienced a rebirth as a next generation. In recent reports, Mint Jutras describes the next generation of ERP in terms of new technology that enables:
new ways of engaging with ERP
custom configuration without programming
Discover how to complete more application integration projects by delivering in days what used to take months of custom programming. Find out how an appliance-based approach to application integration uses “configuration, not coding” to dramatically simplify and accelerate integration projects, while cutting costs by up to 80%.