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Digital Transformation: Move to the Edge in Five Steps

Digital Transformation: Move to the Edge in Five Steps

November 11, 2021

Digital transformation has been one of the most debated terms for a while. And this debate is not in vain. Currently, any business in any industry must rely in large part on its technological infrastructure in order to stay at the forefront and compete in the market. However, not everyone knows what tools or models to choose. This often leads to maintaining legacy structures, indefinitely delaying the digital renewal process or making an investment in tools that do not meet the needs. They all mean falling behind in this very exhaustive race.

Edge Computing for Digital Transformation

Edge Computing for Digital Transformation

October 18, 2021

In recent years, the development of the human lifestyle has been conducted by rapid changes in technology and growing demand for digitized devices and services. That pace of change could be accelerated by new scientific discoveries, advances in technological tools (independent to the growth of knowledge, as we have limitations related to construction capacity), and the greater interest of the population in new fields such as artificial intelligence, Internet-of-Things (IoT), robotics, biotechnology, and nanotechnology. We have experienced these changes mainly since 2000 with the incorporation of communication technologies in health, engineering, economics, and transportation. Nowadays, it is almost impossible to consider it decoupled from our daily activities, whose main objective is to help us make decisions, simplify the administrative and technical processes, and improve the quality of the product or services.

Embracing Digital Transformation

Embracing Digital Transformation

September 16, 2021

Transforming a company is hard. So hard in fact, that major company-wide transformations are more likely to fail than succeed. And the odds are even slimmer for digital transformations. Whether you’re a traditional company trying to claw your way onto the world wide web, or a sleek digital enterprise that’s pouring every resource into staying cutting edge, major digital overhauls are a serious undertaking. Here’s the bad news: It just became even harder. Here’s the worse news: Change is inevitable and inescapable.

Black-Friday Traffic: Is Your Store Ready?

Black-Friday Traffic: Is Your Store Ready?

August 6, 2021

Right now, in the months before Black Friday, it is particularly vital for e-commerces wishing to stay competitive to ensure that they’ve done everything in their power to ready their system for the incoming flood of online purchases. That can include the piecemeal replacement of outdated tools in key areas like load balancing and caching, but if you’re looking for a more holistic approach to overhauling your system, this may be the perfect time to move your data to the edge, just in time to take advantage of it’s low latency power this holiday season.

Cloud Computing vs. Edge Computing: Which is Better for My Business?

Cloud Computing vs. Edge Computing: Which is Better for My Business?

July 7, 2021

Cloud computing or edge computing? Comparing these two computing models is very common, especially after 2020 when edge computing became more mainstream among large companies and edge platforms went to great lengths in making the onboarding and migration process easier. With increasing adoption by companies focused on improving user experience, efficiency and time-to-market while reducing their IT operational costs, and powered by a rising number of professionals fluent in edge-based technologies, industries across the world accelerated their digital transformation plans.

When to Choose SSR or SSG: A Guide to Page Rendering

When to Choose SSR or SSG: A Guide to Page Rendering

May 10, 2021

As more companies embrace digital initiatives, businesses must work hard to not only find an audience for their site, but keep users engaged and interested. However, competing for clicks is becoming increasingly challenging, leaving little room for poor performance in speed and SEO and furthering the importance of social media in driving traffic and gaining conversions. That’s why tools like static site generation (SSG) and server-side rendering (SSR) are gaining (or in the case of SSR, regaining) popularity as a way to optimize performance, SEO, social media sharing, and other business drivers.

Green Computing: Reducing Energy Consumption with Azion

Green Computing: Reducing Energy Consumption with Azion

April 22, 2021

If you’re looking for something to celebrate this Earth Day, consider this: despite steady increases in Internet-connected devices and data consumption, green computing initiatives across the technology sector have managed to prevent a corresponding rise in energy consumption. But that doesn’t mean companies should stop doing their part to reduce their CO2 footprint. On the contrary, as new technologies continue to enable more connectivity than ever, it’s increasingly important for businesses to offset and drastically reduce their resource use through green computing initiatives.

Application Modernization - Hype or Reality? What It Really Means for You

Application Modernization - Hype or Reality? What It Really Means for You

January 28, 2021

Anyone who’s ever postponed installing a new OS to the newest version can attest to the technical issues that arise when older systems are not updated. Continuing to use outmoded technology can lead to a world of problems, from security issues to poor performance and reliability. As a result, the need to modernize is clear to many businesses. However, the process for modernization is decidedly less straightforward, with strategies that run the gamut from “lifting and shifting” an application onto newer infrastructure to replacing or rewriting the old application from scratch.

Getting Your Business Ready For Microservices

Getting Your Business Ready For Microservices

January 25, 2021

Microservices were once an alternative to monolithic application architecture. They presented a new mode of development with its own set of risks and rewards. Now, we are reaching a tipping point where it’s no longer a question of whether to migrate, but when to migrate. However, migrating is a challenging process that can pose problems if executed poorly. This post will cover why microservices are necessary, the challenges of migrating to microservices, and how to devise a plan for migration.

Monolithic Applications vs. Microservices

Monolithic Applications vs. Microservices

January 21, 2021

One of the buzziest topics that exists in computing today is over the modernization of legacy applications. With the rise of 5G, Edge Computing, and serverless architecture, many companies are wondering whether--and how--to rethink applications for today’s digital landscape. To help shed some light on these concerns, we’re introducing a series of posts that will discuss application modernization from a variety of business and technical perspectives, with a focus on one of the most widely discussed aspects of modernization, the use of microservices.

The Coming of Age for 5G Private Networks

The Coming of Age for 5G Private Networks

January 5, 2021

This past June, 3GPP completed Release 16, which not only provided support for ultra-low latency communications (URLLC) and massive machine-type communications (mMTC), but also helped realize another Industrial IoT building block: private networks. Private networks are cellular networks used by individual enterprises or other organizations, such as police stations or fire departments, and configured for the organization’s individual needs.

Modern App Architecture for 5G Networks

Modern App Architecture for 5G Networks

December 29, 2020

It’s almost impossible to talk about 5G without using words like “game-changing,” “revolutionary,” and “breakthrough.” And while we tech bloggers tend to use these words a lot, it’s not hyperbole in this case: 5G standards really are much more ambitious than the capabilities of LTE and legacy networks. But in order to deliver on the promises of 5G networks, the devices and applications using them will need to be as efficient as possible.

Impact of 5G on Digital Transformation

Impact of 5G on Digital Transformation

November 27, 2020

It’s no secret that the growing prevalence and sophistication of mobile devices has transformed everyday life. Just a few decades ago, movies could only be viewed in theaters or at home, maps were physical objects you kept in your car’s glove box, and video chatting was the stuff of science fiction. Now, anyone who can’t download Netflix, Google Maps, and Zoom on their phone is practically a Luddite. However, as wireless devices become more widespread and sophisticated, they will require additional bandwidth, quality, and network availability—which is exactly what 5G was designed to deliver.

The Current State of 5G Deployments

The Current State of 5G Deployments

November 27, 2020

Fully harnessing the power of 5G, the fifth generation of mobile networks, is a bit of a chicken-and-egg situation. 5G’s game-changing performance is due to its ability to run over radio frequencies in higher parts of the spectrum than is supported by today’s 3G and 4G networks. However, it will cost billions of dollars for telcos to pay for spectrum bands and build the cell towers and antennas needed to scale 5G networks, and consumers won’t be able to use these networks until they buy devices that can connect to 5G’s sub-6 GHz and mmWave frequencies. In other words, until 5G infrastructure is widely available, consumers won’t be motivated to buy 5G devices, and until more people are using 5G devices, there’s no reason to scale 5G infrastructure.