With several trillions of dollars up for grabs, competition in the IoT industry is steep and getting steeper every day. Big players are already knee-deep in the IoT; Cisco, IBM, GE, Google and Microsoft have launched their own IoT programs. In fact, Microsoft even released an IoT version of Windows 10 that is specifically built for developers working on IoT products. While much of the press-hype is focused on the consumer side of IoT (think Nest and Samsung’s Smart Appliance line) most analysts agree that substantial benefits will also be realized by industrial applications.
Using a PaaS is a proven way to decrease costs, speed the time to market and removes the burden of supporting a physical infrastructure if one wants to deploy a java app without worrying about computing resources, tracking licenses, cost of installation and configuration/administration of software. Business owners and IT executives are increasingly looking for PaaS that will be a backbone of their java app deployment. However, there are many challenges on the way.
Technology keeps changing every day, and the cloud became a necessity for many enterprises. There are many reasons for this. In this article, we will look at the how and why to convert java desktop application to the cloud.
It is important to address the fact that 80% of internet users have a smartphone. This number will keep growing with Google’s cheap smartphone programs, as well as with many cell phone companies giving away free smartphones with their contracts. Building a mobile strategy has become vital for growing a business in 2017.