Tag : Cloud

Written on Aug, 26, 2015 by in | Leave a comment
AWS Lambda

As you may already know, AWS Lambda is an event driven compute service. Great, but what does that mean? Well, Lambda is designed to run a function in response to an event. Essentially, you upload your code to Lambda, and Lambda runs your code for you—when it’s triggered. Currently, there are three ways of running code in the AWS cloud: AWS …

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Written on Nov, 11, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

At BlueMetal we apply Lean Engineering principles to help our clients guide the creation and deployment of software products at high velocity with low risk. In this article, Bob Familiar, Practice Director for Cloud & Services, gives readers an overview of Lean Engineering, the historical underpinnings and detail on the principles that guide the process, methodology and architecture for the …

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Written on Oct, 17, 2012 by in | Leave a comment

The word “cloud” gets misused greatly today in the software industry, to the point where most people don’t really know what it means. I blame that on that fact that a lot of people in a lot of marketing departments started using it liberally to mean whatever they were shilling. For the average consumer, “cloud” does have some tangible meaning …

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Written on Apr, 17, 2012 by in | Leave a comment

Cloud Virtualization. Cloud Standardization is unavoidable I think it’s time to start talking about Cloud Virtualization. Today cloud diversity is driving customers out of the clouds instead of embracing them. Multiple cloud providers are trying to lure customers in by developing feature specialization and this may well serve to fracture the markets and the community even more. Specialized clouds have …

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Written on Jun, 14, 2011 by in | 1 Comment.

Boston – http://www.hackreduce.org/boston/ Hack/Reduce 3 Boston, 25th of June 2011 at the NERD Center. Hack/Reduce is a one-day big data hackathon. It means that we gather developers together for one day of intense coding to create applications that process large datasets and find interesting information from data. To read about what it’s like, check out the Montreal Hack/Reduce page.

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Written on Apr, 26, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

Director of Cloud Platforms for BlueMetal Architects, Rob Daigneau speaks on the power of custom Interceptors to alter the default behaviors of services and techniques.

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