Storm is a distributed, fault-tolerant, real-time computation system that was originally developed at BackType and later open sourced by Twitter. Storm Applied is a new book from Manning that aims to provide a practical guide on using Storm, both in a development and in a production setting. InfoQ has spoken with two of the book’s authors, Sean T. Allen and Matthew Jankowski.
In this article, authors discuss an ad hoc anonymous and secure survey system called Anonize that can be used in applications like university course evaluations, online product reviews, and whistleblowing.
Developing an app that represents your business may seem easier than what it was five years ago but turning the app into a viable business requires more hardship than just development skills. Increasing competition in mobile app stores is making things even harder for any app to survive and grow like a business. This articles provides a few tips to make your app a success
This article features highlights from interviews on the state of practice and challenges in release engineering space. Interview questions cover topics like metrics, continuous delivery's benefits. 2
In this series of articles, you get practical advice from those who have experience helping companies successfully move to cloud environments.
Many cloud providers offer cloud onboarding services. What advice and lessons learned can they share? To learn more, InfoQ reached out to Tim Beerman at CenturyLink.
In this article, authors examine the enterprise cloud market and technologies and provide guidance for choosing the right cloud solution. They also discuss the cloud computing best practices.
This series focuses on several African projects that are leveraging existing mobile technology to have a significant impact on people's lives.
This article summarizes the key takeaways and highlights from QCon New York 2015 as blogged and tweeted by attendees.
This article contains an extensive interview on the microservices adoption process, the benefits and difficulties of implementing microservices, with representatives from Gilt, Hailo and nearForm. 5
SMS Uprising is a collection of essays that provides practical examples of how mobile technology is providing new ways for activists in Africa to organise and strive for social change.
This article series offers readers tactical approaches to building software that your customers love.