Container driven development is catching on like wildfire, and for good reasons. In the age of digital transformation, time to market is becoming a competitive edge impossible to ignore. To be able to speed up the software development and deployment, monolithic application development sooner or later will be extinct.
In our previous blog post we described how to tackle the challenge of choosing the right video conferencing solution and describe a methodology. In this post we will let you in on our findings and conclusions.
The last year has been a challenge for most people in Scandinavia and the rest of the world, battling against COVID19 and trying to keep their lives and jobs up and running. But it has also been a year of change, with increased use and acceptance of home working pushing the boundaries for several technologies that support team working and collaboration.
During the Covid pandemic we have been getting used to working out of the office, with various video conferencing solutions as the primary mean of contact with colleagues, customers and partners. Many of us are used to video conference meetings that starts with (best case) a couple of minutes of ”can you hear me?”, ”no – can’t hear you”, ”do you see me now?” and so forth….Another concern in these days of advanced surveillance tooling, AI, GDPR and Schrems II verdicts, is the question of who is really listening in to our conversation when using a cloud based video conferencing solution?
Machine Learning (ML) is being implemented to varying extents in businesses all over. However, seamlessly integrating ML workflows into existing infrastructure can be somewhat challenging. This is the first article in a series on DevOps for Machine Learning - how to automate the ML process. In this chapter we will explore the benefits of running ML models as microservices and with what tools.
One of the more popular buzz terms in infrastructure and cloud discussions these days is "Infrastructure as code". But what is that exactly? How can infrastructure - previously supposed to consist of cabling, metal chassises and computer hardware - suddenly be lines of code? This article will assume that you are new to this field and will try to explain it from that point of view.