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Ten years ago, the first iPhone disrupted the mobile industry. Since then, mobile tech, cloud computing and big data have exploded onto the scene. Now we've reached another turning point with the Internet of Things (IoT). With billions of hardware devices going online, business leaders have no choice but to build, test and deploy software applications at the speed of the market in order to stay competitive. To succeed in today's fast-paced digital environment, you must adopt best practices from DevOps to build containerized solutions across multiple platforms, operating systems and devices.
In this eBook we’ll lay out some points about the background and context of the emerging Internet of Things industry: what it is, why it matters, and how your business can (and must!) get started on the path of leveraging this epic new technological shift.
Many people assume that if something is "open-source" it automatically precludes the typical conflicts that arise over proprietary licensure. After all, open source (in the context of software) denotes that it is publicly accessible for developers to freely modify and share. However, the recent controversy over Docker's implementation of Swarm (an approach to native clustering that turns a pool of Docker hosts into a single, virtual Docker host) has raised questions about the future of containerization.
The first step to successful LinkedIn branding and marketing is to think of your profile as your digital sales page. Don’t look at LinkedIn as just an online resume. It’s so much more! Your LinkedIn profile is your digital signature, your brand, and your key to success in today’s competitive business market.
Containers offer a scalable way to run software when moving between environments. Docker is the most well-known infrastructure; read about best practices here.
Robotics integrators provide customized services to help businesses prepare for, set up, and maintain their industrial automation. More sophisticated programming and easier to use cobots aren’t a threat to integrators but rather part of a widening market opportunity.