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21 May 2017 Biz Explorer w/ Andrew Steps [63606]
Tuesday, May 30th, 2017: 6:30 PM to ...

Palm Beach Tech Space

Introduction to Instant Mobile Apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS - Learn how to build Instant Mobile Apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. In this session, we will build and deploy a real mobile app. At the end of this session, you will be able to run it on your phone: iOS or Android. Also, I will show how to do back-end processing with Node.js and AWS Lambda.

Jeremy "Jermbo" Lawson, Adnan Dado Kljuco, Damian Montero, Dang, Joseph Russo, Stephanie Buzano, Victor Carreno
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21 May 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [63403]
Vol 231 Issues 1 and 2 ; Vol 230 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 229 Issues 4 and 5

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 15 Of The Highest Paying Jobs In IT
  • Is Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software Dead?
  • Ten Project Management Myths
  • Microsoft To Add Support For Suse, Fedora Bash Shells To Windows 10
  • 3 Simple Steps For Expanding Your Knowledge Of Cloud Security
  • Netbeans vs. Eclipse: Comparing Two Java IDEs
  • Vendors Approve Of NIST Password Draft
  • Email, Email, In The Cloud
  • 5 Choices You Will Regret Forever
  • Your Instance Management Tool Checklist

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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18 May 2017 Five Overlooked Costs That Add To A Public Cloud Bill [63486]
SearchCloudComputing, May 18th 2017

"AWS, Google and Azure offer tools that help users estimate cloud costs. But overlooked services, usage spikes and outages can cause actual cloud bills to far exceed those estimates.

Compared to on-premises infrastructure, public cloud computing often reduces enterprise costs. But for many organizations, it's still difficult to make objective cost estimates for public cloud deployments.

Major public cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, have tools that allow users to predict monthly cloud costs. However, the use of these cloud cost estimators doesn't guarantee accurate results; they are only as precise as the information that users provide.

From unplanned usage spikes to outages, here are five potential factors that can skew your cost estimates and raise your cloud bill..."
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16 May 2017 Commvault Launches Powerful New VM Backup and Recovery Trial Software for Customers and Partners [63541]
Commvault, May 16th 2017

Commvault launched its new, free VM Backup and Recovery trial software for customers and partners with significant enhancements on user experience, disaster recovery and cloud on-ramp. Commvault's VM Backup and Recovery software expands the company's leadership in enabling customers to build, protect and optimize VMs throughout their lifecycle and migrate data and VMs to the public cloud of their choice, including AWS, Microsoft Azure and VMware.

The VM Backup and Recovery software provides users the full experience of Commvault's best-in-class software to back up and recover virtual machines, structured and unstructured data, as well as physical machines with speed and enterprise scale. Commvault's VM solution offers customers the simplicity and cost of down-market solutions while providing a far greater range of powerful capabilities and integration with cloud and on-premises solutions than any VM-only provider.
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16 May 2017 16 Terabytes Of RAM Should Be Enough For Anyone. Wait. What? [63463]
The Register, May 16th 2017

"Amazon Web Services is working on new instance types that will offer either eight or 16 terabytes of random access memory.

You read that right: 8TB or 16TB of RAM, with the target workload being in-memory computing and especially SAP HANA. The cloud colossus is also working on HANA clusters that span 17 nodes and pack a combined 34 TB of memory.

There's also a new instance type in the works, dubbed 'x1e.32xlarge' packing 4TB of memory and offering 128 vCPUs on four 2.3 GHz Xeon E7 8880 v3 CPUS. But this instance type will only be sold as a virtual private cloud, an arrangement under which users can apply their preferred IP addresses to instances to their rented clouds and impose their preferred security policies on AWS..."
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