Whether it’s getting your name out into the market place or keeping your people in the loop, visibility is an age old challenge in business. So we thought we’d have a bit fun putting the spotlight on Intelligent Pathways, in and outside the office, with our latest quarterly theme: Let’s Get Visible!
Glaciers and waterfalls. Both made of water. Both powerful in impact. One robust, enduring (climate change aside) and impenetrable in its protective ability. The other forceful and dynamic, fluid in its ability to exhilarate and be harnessed to generate immense energy. But glaciers travel at…..well, glacial speed. And so it is with IT, with two speeds of technology driving the growth and sustainability of enterprise organisations.
In September this year the USA magazine Government Technology published an article ‘Hard-Won Experience: Lessons from America’s Biggest Disasters and Emergencies’ where four technology leaders with roles in Hurricane Katrina, the Boston Bombings, and Superstorm Sandy were interviewed. As expected their comments were experiential, insightful and useful.
Two things in particular struck me: the commonality of content with lessons from crisis events here in Australia; and the focus on collaboration. In this blog I’m going to discuss some of my observations around collaboration in an Emergency and what we can do to improve it.
At times where there is high concurrency or large volumes of data associated with services, service architects use an in-built feature of OSB (220.127.116.11.0 +) – Result Caching – to reduce the load on systems and allow applications to scale horizontally. In this blog I’m going to outline some common issues you can run into with Result Caching and how you can apply remote Coherence cache to overcome these issues and optimise performance.
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