Native Apps At The Client & Cloud

Srinivasan Sundara Rajan

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The traditional workplace consisting of fixed cubicles where day in and day out employees come and work normal business hours is gone and new generation of "Untethered Workplace" where there is no fixed slots for any employee and ideally the workplace has the capacity of only a subset of total employees will be the future. Workplace Challenges Digital enterprises are here to stay and more and more startups and even traditional enterprises are transforming them selves towards new ways of working. The office space in a traditional sense is not only expensive from real estate and maintenance point of view, but also that the new generation of employees are not really tied to one city or one work place rather they are working from any where, any time. Enterprise mobility has firmly taken roots such that most employees feel comfortable by accessing their business applica... (more)

Cloud Native Applications | @CloudExpo #BigData #DataLake #Microservices

Cloud Native Applications As the cloud becomes more of the norm as part of enterprise computing, enterprises now have to deal with the issue of how to ensure that applications effectively use the attributes of cloud. There are monolithic applications from the previous era that are continuing to be migrated to the cloud using a lift and shift approach. With minimal changes, they do benefit from certain attributes of cloud like availability and management, but there is also a new set of application architecture emerging, namely the ‘cloud native applications.' A cloud native appli... (more)

Java EE PaaS and Application Server Interoperability

Java EE PaaS Growth & Interoperability Concerns As observed in my earlier articles, the Java EE PaaS portfolio is gaining in strength each day, with support from major players such as IBM, Oracle, VMWare, Redhat , Google and Amazon. However unlike the Microsoft > .NET Framework > Azure PaaS equation where there is just one version of the framework from one vendor, the openness of Java EE led to several implementations of application server-specific implementations. As Java EE standards define a core set of API, frame works and features as part of its implementation, an applicatio... (more)

Challenges and Solutions for the Health Care Industry in Cloud Computing

The health care sector represents one of the most important and growing industry in terms of support from Information Technology. In several countries, including the US, health care spending in IT is at the top of the IT industry. The following are some of the challenges faced by the industry worldwide in general and the US in particular. Challenge #1: Single Truth of Customer data, electronic medical records (EMR) and health information exchanges (HIE). A patient information needs to be true and unique across the globe and across transactions Challenge #2: Applications subject t... (more)

Non-Functional Testing for Cloud

Functional & Non Functional Tests As we know typical application testing will consist of the following types of test cycles: Functional Regression Installation Functional Sanity Testing Non Functional Performance Test for Responsiveness of the application Performance Test for a Given Load Profile (Load Test) Performance Test for Abnormal Stress conditions (Stress Test) Performance Test for System Availability Functional Tests ensure that the system behaves as documented and non - functional tests ensure that the QoS (Quality Of Service) can be met. Detailed  explanation of the abo... (more)