How do speech-to-text Natural Language Understanding (NLU) advantages run by systems administrators for users on the front end help manage cloud resources more effectively?
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Without straying too far into any notion of 'cookie cutter' computing, how intelligently can we apply custom-built pre-templated automation controls into serverless environments based upon defined (and agreed) best practices for information management and application deployment?
Oracle used Old Billingsgate fish market to brief the press, analyst and customer community on its forthcoming Business Intelligence 11g offering this morning. There wasn't much of a smell of fish left in the auditorium thankfully.
I'm with Oracle this week for some developer related news, which I hope to report on later today. This is in fact my first exposure to Oracle in recent times.
Business transaction-related electronic information flow has spiraled to new heights. Companies operate on the aggregated results of millions of 'events' and the prevalence of web services has served to further swell the volumes of data that must be extrapolated, interpreted and processed at any one time.
With all this talk of electoral reform in the air, is it too tenuous a link to ask whether we need a fresh approach to multiple platform database aggregation? Could that "single view of disparately located data" become even harder to achieve as the cloud gains its inevitable virtual foothold?
This blog could quite easily have been called – Just How Much Of A Security Risk Does User Generated Content (UGC) Represent? It was late last night when I was checking mail that I was offered a link to "Find Out Who Blocked You On Facebook" by someone I trust implicitly.
Question: when is a hack not a hack? Answer: it depends.
Red Hat served up a smorgasbord worth of announcements this week to coincide with its developer summit in Boston, USA. As well as the positive effect on the company's bottom line that Red Hat's JBoss middleware appears to be having, there was plenty of deep dive news to nibble on too.
Given the widespread popularity of social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, technology analysts and commentators have for some time now been debating over their use in the commercial workplace. The argument rests on whether they provide a means to facilitate improved team engagement as a "collaborative" networking tool, or whether they are simply a distraction.