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Silent Shout — Real Life
Wi-fi is outdated and makes users vulnerable to data capture. Why do we still depend on it?
infrastructure 
17 hours ago by hecka_tao
At the dawn of a new generation of enterprise applications
"Slack, Zendesk and a few others are a new generation of cloud-native vendors set to reinvent enterprise applications for a connected, frictionless future"
cloud  erp  financials  and  supply  chain  platforms  -  infrastructure  architecture  collaboration  sharing  digital  productivity  crm  customer  experience  frictionless  enterprise  xaas 
19 hours ago by jonerp
Why we use Terraform and not Chef, Puppet, Ansible, SaltStack, or CloudFormation
Update: we took this blog post series, expanded it, and turned it into a book called Terraform: Up & Running! This is Part 1 of the Comprehensive Guide to Terraform series. In the intro to the…
ansible  chef  devops  terraform  puppet  aws  configuration  comparison  SaltStack  infrastructure 
yesterday by jayroh
Data Center Migration Best Practices
In Part 1 of our 3-part series, Data Center Migration Best Practices, we’ll explore the very important, but sometimes overlooked, first phase of planning a flawless migration – Planning to Plan.
data  data-migration  infrastructure 
yesterday by Adventure_Web
Spell
Spell is the most flexible and powerful end-to-end platform for ML and deep learning engineering.
ai  infrastructure  Spell  machine  learning 
yesterday by fareed
Spell - Infrastructure for AI and Deep Learning | Learn - Spell
Spell is the most flexible and powerful end-to-end platform for ML and deep learning engineering.
ai  infrastructure  Spell  machine  learning 
yesterday by fareed
Ambitious changes planned for Milford Sound
Turner likens Milford Sound to “major infrastructure” and laments the settlement’s lack of masterplanning.
infrastructure  ecology  nz 
yesterday by agfa8x
Why you should take notice of the open source in enterprise suckers conundrum
"Using open source in enterprises is common practice but where does it start and stop and what are the problems underpinning its usage in an enterprise context?"
financials  infrastructure  open  source 
2 days ago by jonerp
The 'Future Book' Is Here, but It's Not What We Expected | WIRED
Our Future Book is composed of email, tweets, YouTube videos, mailing lists, crowdfunding campaigns, PDF to .mobi converters, Amazon warehouses, and a surge of hyper-affordable offset printers in places like Hong Kong.

For a “book” is just the endpoint of a latticework of complex infrastructure, made increasingly accessible. Even if the endpoint stays stubbornly the same—either as an unchanging Kindle edition or simple paperback—the universe that produces, breathes life into, and supports books is changing in positive, inclusive ways, year by year. The Future Book is here and continues to evolve. You’re holding it. It’s exciting. It’s boring. It’s more important than it has ever been.

But temper some of those flight-of-fancy expectations. In many ways, it’s still a potato.
books  publishing  trends  future  *****  wired  infrastructure  ideas 
2 days ago by gpe

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