Mainflux is highly secure, scalable, open-source IoT platform written in Go and deployed in Docker. It serves as software infrastructure and set of microservices for development of the Internet of Things Solutions and deployment of Intelligent products.
Apache Storm is a free and open source distributed realtime computation system. Storm makes it easy to reliably process unbounded streams of data, doing for realtime processing what Hadoop did for batch processing. Storm is simple, can be used with any programming language, and is a lot of fun to use!
Vespa is a platform that allows you to develop and run scalable, low latency, stateful and stateless backend services easily. This document provides an overview of the features and main components of the platform.
Mesos is built using the same principles as the Linux kernel, only at a different level of abstraction. The Mesos kernel runs on every machine and provides applications (e.g., Hadoop, Spark, Kafka, Elasticsearch) with API’s for resource management and scheduling across entire datacenter and cloud environments.
Mesosphere is a software solution that expands upon the cluster management capabilities of Apache Mesos with additional components to provide a new and novel way to manage server infrastructures. By combining several components with Mesos, such as Marathon and Chronos, Mesosphere enables a way to easily scale applications by abstracting away many of the challenges associated with scaling.
Which to choose? This page provides you a way to apply my research on managing APIs. I provide here a structure and approach for wisely selecting from among several vendors.
Serverless architectures refer to applications that significantly depend on third-party services (knows as Backend as a Service or “BaaS”) or on custom code that’s run in ephemeral containers (Function as a Service or “FaaS”), the best known vendor host of which currently is AWS Lambda.
With 65% of companies using open source software, it’s not just internet-scale companies that can benefit from formal open source programs.
Although much of our communication today is electronic and paperless, we still have considerable need to print material from our computers. Bank statements, utility bills, financial and other reports, and benefits statements are just some of the items that we still print. This tutorial introduces you to printing in Linux using CUPS.
Mozilla has released an improved 0.3 version of its open source, Linux-based Things Gateway software for setting up a home automation gateway on the Raspberry Pi, featuring a new rules engine and improved voice support.
Kubernetes continues to show its dominance of cloud container management — as Cisco adopts it for its new container orchestration platform.
Did you know that there is now an official Docker image from Microsoft that can run .NET Core applications on your Raspberry Pi? Let’s explore how to get started in this blog post.
In this article, Tyler Treat looks at NATS Streaming and Apache Kafka, compares features of both, and quantifies their performance characteristics through benchmarking.