If you are serious about your music and you already have alot of digital music, you must read this before getting started with Apple Music: Apple Music is a nightmare and I’m done with it. If you don’t read it and proceed, you may find your music collection in shambles.
Maybe it will be better in a year from now. Based on iTunes, though, I seriously doubt it.
Chances are, if you talk to five different people at work, you will find five tools or techniques they use to be productive that you hadn’t even heard of.
Rather than do your own polling, you can also check out this article: Most Popular Apps Employees Use At Work – Business Insider.
Remember, these are just for work, and yes, Facebook still shows up there. And this is just the cloud / distributed services. (Also, I am wondering Evernote didn’t show up there.)
I would be surprised if you read it and didn’t adopt at least one of the items on the list by the end of your work day. Good luck.
Many clients ask about this, and there is often confusion over the private aspect of the network. Confused or not, a good place to get clarification is here: Private Network | SoftLayer Blog.
Here’s a representation of the networking layout (you can get a bigger version of it at the SoftLayer blog):
While PHP is not one of the standard runtimes provided in the Bluemix catalog, the sample code in this git repo (
https://hub.jazz.net/git/u27275/blm-hello-world-php/) will show you how to bring your own buildpack, and this buildpack will allow you to have PHP code running in Bluemix that also can talk to a MySQL database running in Bluemix.
Among the files there is a PDF providing detailed instructions on how to set things up in IBM Bluemix.
P.S. This is sample code. See the licence file in the repo for more details.
Then I recommend you review this article: How to classify workloads for cloud migration and decide on a deployment model – Thoughts on Cloud.
I really like this diagram, for starters:
P.S. Yes, it is hard to read, I know. The article has a version that is readable.
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And he and Softlayer (part of IBM) make a good case for it here: Bezos’s law signals it’s time to ditch the data center in Tech News and Analysis.
This reminds me of a similar article, by Nicholas Carr, that was famous some time ago: Does IT Matter?
In both cases, where IT is a commodity like electricity or running water, getting the lowest cost and most generic (but good quality) version of it should be the goal.
However, IT can also be used as a differentiator. So can a data center. In those cases, company’s should control and manage their IT / data center to give themselves a competitive advantage.
P.S. As always, these views are my own and not necessarily my employers. See the “About” page for more on this.
This is a really well done video on the importance of cloud computing. It’s 5 minutes long, and well worth it.
Obviously, I would argue that your best bet for Cloud Computing services is from the company I work for, but otherwise I highly recommend this.