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The Value of Mobility
362

Feb 22, 2016

The Value of Mobility

Amit kumar Agarwala General Manager

Internet of Things with an Eye
1,079

Feb 09, 2016

Internet of Things with an Eye

Harsha Vachher Senior Technical Lead

To be “smart everywhere” we need to have “eyes everywhere”
Technology Trends of 2016
740

Feb 02, 2016

Technology Trends of 2016

Amit kumar Agarwala General Manager

Carrier Data Interchange - Integration Benefits
452
Traditionally data entry has been a cumbersome task for the customer service team for a 3PL, especially in today’s software world. Real time information is critical, especially in the supply chain industry. Without relevant data, shippers are unable...
OLAP
3,312
Authored by Pradeep Srinivasa, Santosh Kumar and
Azure
256
There used to be region-specific control to host the resources on Azure previously. However, with the concept of Availability Zones, preferred zones within a region can be decided to host the resources.
Embracing the Paradigm Shift in User Experience
427
User Experience has gone far beyond user interface (UI), the design teams need to embrace this shift and plan accordingly. This change is mainly happening due to the emerging trends such as Robotics, 3D Printing, Internet of Things (IoT), Virtual...
5G
173
The proliferation of 5G will enable advertisers to develop interactive advertising experiences which are routed directly to an individual. With faster loading of landing pages and videos, users will be more engaged and connected with content and...
SDN
780

May 15, 2018

Futureproofing Software Defined Network for New Digital Age

Ashish Gunwal Product Manager – Next Generation Network Services, HCL

Conventional network architectures don’t provide the necessary flexibility for these new-age business requirements. A myriad of dynamic changes brought to fore by new-age digital revolution and a new approach to Software-Defined Network are...
Architecting for tomorrows CIOs
241

Mar 07, 2017

Architecting for tomorrows CIOs

Gaurav Sharma GM & Head-NGDC PMG

The lines between physical and virtual worlds are increasingly getting blurred as a result of digital disruption.
Insight
429
Data scientists strive to deliver insights on the available data. In order to leverage the insights thus obtained, it is essential to simplify the insight-delivery framework. 
Automation
547
The bigger picture: machine learning changing the way insurers do business
Small cells to Smart Cells
93

Aug 08, 2019

Transforming Small Cells to Smart Cells

Ajitesh Gupta Senior Solution Director

To address issues with data capacity, network efficiency, and performance, telco players have been deploying Small Cell for years. In 5G NR, Small Cell will also operate at higher frequency bandwidth, such as 28GHz or 70GHz. Some of the non-...
Edge Computing
299

Aug 18, 2017

What Is It To Be On The Edge?

Gaurav Sharma GM & Head-NGDC PMG

What will happen after the sunset of cloud charisma?’ Cloud computing is popular now, and it’s imperative for people to ask such questions. The simplest answer is cloud computing is not going anywhere. On the other hand, it will pave way for others...

NuGet Packages & Command Lines for Sharing Common Components
Pooja Srivastava - Technical Lead | April 17, 2015
305 Views

Shared

It is a common problem when a team in an organization creates a component which can be leveraged by multiple teams, but does not keep it in a common shareable repository to which everyone has access.

Most of the teams depend on checking in the common component in to a shared source control to which other teams get a reference to use it. This process of adding a reference has several challenges:


How to Improve your Web Experience, Speed and Performance
Priyanka Soni - Developer | April 13, 2015
451 Views

Today’s world is dominated by mobility and all smartphone users want sites to be loaded in the minimal time. No one wants to wait for loading data and images. In technology’s race, as a UI developer, I personally feel that some crucial points must be kept in mind before writing code. Web optimization plays a key role in web development.


Service Catalog - A User's Perspective
Mohit Tyagi - Executive | April 13, 2015
815 Views

Catalog


Make way for Hybrid Captives
Jeffrey Nuckols - Vice President | April 6, 2015
903 Views

Hybrid Captives provide a step change to the existing BPO scenario. By providing a leaner environment that is scale-able, they are definitely the way forward.


The Burn-Down Chart: Tracking Tool
Richa Talwar - Test Lead | April 1, 2015
6039 Views

Burn-Down charts are amongst the most common sprint tracking mechanisms used in Agile software development methodologies. This article looks at creating and updating a burn-down chart using the effort-remaining approach. It will also be interpreting burn-down under different scenarios, the advantages of using burn-down charts, and some mistakes to avoid when using them.


Operational Acceptance Testing (OAT) and Its Advantages for Stakeholders
Chitranjan Nath - Project Manager | March 31, 2015
11917 Views

Overview

Commonly referred to as OAT, Operational Acceptance Testing is the testing done before the solution is released or deployed, just after the execution of user acceptance testing (UAT).  The OAT environment is called the ‘pilot’ or ‘pre-prod’ environment.  This environment tests the system’s operational readiness, much like the user acceptance testing environment. OAT tests involve verification of procedures, such as performance, stress, volume, support processes, security, backup, and the existence of alerts.  Typically, OAT occurs after user acceptance testing (UAT) and is a final verification before a system is released.  OAT tests typically employ real users accessing and using the system in a live state. A typical operational acceptance test plan should focus on the recoverability, integrity, reliability, robustness, data integrity, manageability, and supportability of a software or network installation.


Microsoft BI Solutions for Analytical Data Modeling
Rahul Kumar - Technical Architect | March 31, 2015
1073 Views

Breakout chit-chat

Amit (BI Tech Lead): We have a large Multi-Dimensional Cube (MDM) based BI solution. With the advent of tabular models, should we convert our MDM cube to tabular analytical models?


The Top Challenges of Legacy Modernization and the Solution
Dipankar Nayak | March 30, 2015
1759 Views

There is significant pressure on State CIOs to streamline IT budgets, increase productivity, rationalize IT spending and improve service delivery to citizens and business customers.  Though the States have invested in new technologies, their current IT portfolio still has legacy systems that they have to support, and this is resulting in significant financial and technical challenges to overcome.  If the States don’t invest in modernizing their legacy applications, then their ability to efficiently serve their citizens is at risk.


Microsoft C# as a New Language for Cross Device Hardware Programming
Bibhore Singhal - Technical Manager | February 26, 2015
4393 Views

Microsoft

C# is developed by Microsoft as a simple, powerful, type-safe and object-oriented programming language. It is widely accepted as a high level programming language for web and desktop programming on the Windows platform. By utilizing the rich set of libraries and API, it is possible to build applications rapidly.


Structure Based or Whitebox Testing Techniques
Richa Talwar - Test Lead | February 26, 2015
17174 Views

There are various types of software testing techniques. Each individual technique is good at finding a particular type of defect. Each testing technique falls into a number of different categories.

There are two main categories - static and dynamic. Dynamic techniques are subdivided into three more categories:

  • Specification-based Testing (black-box, also known as behavioral techniques)
  • Structure-based Testing (white-box or structural techniques)
  • Experience-based Testing

Static Techniques