Recently, the volume of information that the human brain has to process has been ratcheting up, and 90% of existing information has been created since 2012. Because of continuous technological development, the volume of information is expected to morph into an information tsunami, and to handle it, numerous data processing software has been developed.
Microservices architecture implementation is a new approach to software development, and it has been mesmerizing a growing number of businesses. These companies abandon a conventional monolithic application architecture in favor of a new structure that is based on a collection of multiple loosely coupled services.
Although some ten years ago DevOps was nothing more than a niche development approach, it has since morphed into a robust methodology, with 25% of Global 2000 organizations currently using it. Indeed, the 2017 State of DevOps report just proved the efficiency of DevOps in the frequency of deployments, the change-related failures and the time required for modifications and recovery.
The development of a robust and comprehensive content management system (CMS) is a time- and resource-consuming process, but its proper implementation provides incredible business opportunities. That is why a company that requires an efficient cooperative content creation, editing and management should select a content management system with great care.
Gartner’s experts predict that cloud computing will have almost driven out the traditional on-premises model of workload location by 2020. “Cloud will increasingly be the default option for software deployment,” said Jeffrey Mann, Research Vice President at Gartner. “The same is true for custom software.”
In a matter of years, cloud-based computing shifted from a buzzword to a robust technology that has been vectoring the present-day IT domain. According to Statista, the size of the cloud application market has grown by almost 100 percent from 2013 to 2017, and it is expected to keep growing extensively.
Ever wonder how two seemingly disparate notions — the conversion rate and load testing affect each other? There is a direct dependence between the website’s performance and resource attractiveness for users. The purpose of load testing is to assess the operations of web resources and spot possible bottlenecks for further performance enhancement. Let us explore via the example of Black Friday.
Cloud computing has gained incredible popularity in recent years, and experts predict that this tendency will continue to grow in the near future. Indeed, companies that employ more than 1,000 people assume that their spending on migration to the cloud will go up in 2017. For example, the average budget will increase from 7.3% in 2016 to 33% in 2017 for organizations with 1,000 to 9,999 employees.
When deciding on how to run a website, many companies opt for the customization of existing content management systems (CMS) to their requirements, rather than custom website development from scratch. CMS-based websites do have significant advantages, such as quick content updating, content isolation from the design and functionality, SEO-friendliness, selective authorization rules and more.