We’re still in the midst of digesting what could be termed the “first decade of cloud”, and yet it is already evoking the relentless – though, at the same time, typical of our natural condition as human beings – need to unveil the next “technological futurism” that awaits us: what’s next?
Nowdays many organizations increasingly look forward to using Cloud technologies and allocating their services on the Cloud. This is not only what global companies or IT companies are working on, this is what any companies are moving towards, if they are looking for a modern and suitable technical solution for their day to day transactions.
Last week, we analyzed different business platform solutions and their features. Today, we will delve into the trends that are forcing applications architecture to evolve, such as the emergence of MVC frontend architectures and microservices (both based on the modularization of components). These design proposals help make the technology in which they are implemented more flexible and scalable, as well as to reuse the development processes employed. (more…)
As of today, the solutions offered in business platforms are based on the development and exploitation of scalability features and cost-saving actions by means of platform virtualization using effective technologies designed to modularize their components. (more…)
Providing a wireless LAN for guests and customers is mandatory in many economic sectors where various business interests are pursued. In hotels, wireless LAN has been established for a long time. Cafés and system catering try to encourage guests to stay longer by offering wireless LAN and thus increase sales.
Without going into technology specifics such as the structure of a memory cell, the distinguishing characteristics of DRAM versus SRAM (static RAM) are basically twofold: (1) the full address is usually presented to SRAM just once, while it is multiplexed to DRAM, first the row and then the column; (2) DRAM also needs to be refreshed periodically to maintain the integrity of stored data.