Being able to effectively scale, improve margins, and monetize every aspect of your IoT operations requires a robust underlying platform, one built to withstand the intense rigors of smart device data generation. Learn how Aeris can deliver a customized platform that turns every device and sensor into a profit center.
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With the growing need to build apps faster, many organizations are turning their attention to low-code cloud development. But how secure and scalable are enterprise apps built with these technologies?
In this webinar, two AWS solution architects will join one of our foremost cloud experts to show you how a low-code platform and cloud computing can support mobile applications with tens of millions of users.
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From load balancers and Lambda to managing databases and new features like AWS Step Functions, you’ll learn what you need to know to take enterprise workloads and scalable apps to the cloud.
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Today, IT organizations have many options for development technology tools, and the number of choices can be daunting. As modern application requirements become more complex, it’s apparent that one runtime, one framework, or one architectural style is no longer a feasible strategy. Organizations must figure out how to manage the complexity of distributed app development with diverse technologies, a lack of skilled resources, and siloed processes.
Join SD Times and Red Hat to learn about Red Hat’s solution for optimized cloud-native development: Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes. A suite of containerized runtimes that simplifies cloud-native development, Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes provides a highly productive and prescriptive developer experience and delivers strategic flexibility without limiting development, testing, deployment, and modernization preferences.
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RECORDED EVENT: Globally distributed interactive applications are hard to develop due to read and write conflicts. The new CRDBs (conflict-free replicated databases) enable the same sub-millisecond latencies you are accustomed to getting with Redis applications with globally-distributed deployment topologies. CRDB make building complex geo-distributed apps simple by using the built-in smarts of proven CRDT approach (conflict-free replicated data-types).
In this webcast, we look at how always-on, “AP-leaning” deployment of Redis (AP refers to A -“available” and P – “partition-loss tolerant” of CAP) is possible with CRDBs. Wepeak under the hood at how CRDBs and Redis types such as strings, sets, and hashes work in CRDBs. We also demo how to code an application with CRDBs for safe distributed failover across two data centers and avoid any downtime!
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Large enterprises require complex services to provision and allocate systems and resources—with consistent processes and standards. Red Hat Consulting partners with customers to standardize, streamline, and automate processes across departments and environments, integrating with existing systems. Experienced Red Hat subject matter experts develop a reliable life-cycle management strategy using self-service catalogs that leave full control of the infrastructure with the customer.
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Red Hat Open Innovation Labs is an immersive residency for modernizing application development. Developing applications can take years and cost millions, and security, compliance, and privacy requirements stall progress. IT teams are innovating faster and improving quality with DevOps. The approach is to make large-scale changes iteratively, instead of all at once—adjusting direction as you go.
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Improved approaches, collaboration, and technology have led to faster software life cycles. Linux containers and container application platforms, a new category of enterprise software, can help businesses benefit from these advances. But IT managers must consider a wide range of activities, teams, and processes that together form the desired but elusive DevOps culture. An effective adoption program—using best practices based on experience—can guide organizations to successful container-based software delivery infrastructure.
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Ansible by Red Hat can help organizations achieve an effective approach to business automation, but the path to DevOps can be long and complex. Outdated habits must be replaced with more efficient practices, but new tools and processes require buy-in from various stakeholders across the organization. Additionally, groups must be taught the specific best practices for their work. Red Hat Consulting helps customers successfully adopt and integrate Ansible to create and sustain standardized, centralized automation practices that add business and market value and build a solid foundation for DevOps.
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As developers consider leveraging usage analytics, one early question they often face is: should we build or buy this capability? This guide sheds light on that question for development and product management teams so you can understand the implications of your decision – ranging from turning data into insight, to time-to-market, to the direct and indirect costs of development and ongoing operation.
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An increasingly large amount of all software today consists of third-party code, either purchased or licensed consumer off-the-shelf (COTS) software or free open source software (FOSS). Software Composition Analysis (SCA) is a testing process that breaks down the individual components, the ingredients of any software, producing a Bill of Materials (BoM) that shows what vulnerabilities and software components exist within a given application.
The State of Software Composition 2017 report is based on analysis of 128,782 software applications uploaded and tested through the Synopsys Software Composition Analysis tool (Protecode SC) cloud service from January 1 through December 31, 2016.
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Fuzz testing is an excellent way to locate vulnerabilities in software. The premise is to deliver intentionally malformed input to target software and detect failure. In fact, Synopsys used its own fuzz testing technology to discover the infamous Heartbleed vulnerability OpenSSL, which had gone unidentified for more than two years and impacted more than 500,000 websites.
In the State of Fuzzing 2017, Synopsys analyzed over 4.8 billion individual fuzz tests to identify the average time to first failure and overall maturity of protocols.
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Understanding MISRA checkers and their limits
One of the principles learned during the development of the MISRA guidelines has been the primary importance of being able to enforce rules with static analysis tools. It has been amply demonstrated, that without the ability to implement automatic enforcement, coding rules are of marginal value.
The market for tools which provide enforcement has grown in parallel with the adoption of MISRA Coding Guidelines. Many tools are now available claiming to provide enforcement of MISRA rules. Unfortunately, in the absence of any independent tool certification body or any independent test suite, misleading claims are often made about the effectiveness of that enforcement.
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This paper discusses the reasons why such claims are either a misconception or a deception and outlines some of the principles which should be understood when assessing tool performance.
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