"We're looking at exploring the options to do that for the first time with one of the Indigenous remote communities across Australia at the moment," he said. "That's probably a two to three-year goal, but we're certainly doing the research for that now and aim to have a first base station in the next three to four years." … [Read more...] about iNTTN democratising access to telecommunications across Australia
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IT professionals and business leaders with an interest in cloud services have probably heard the term 'microservices', quite possibly in discussions about service-oriented architecture (SOA). There are good reasons why these evolving cloud technologies are popular: Both can make an organization and its cloud-hosted applications more agile, less likely to suffer outages, faster to update, and eliminate other problems associated with monolithic architecture and software. … [Read more...] about SOA versus microservices: How are they different?
Larger businesses should consider an investment in microservices as a way to ease their dependency on proprietary and legacy systems. By providing internal microservices, they're no longer dependent on a particular hardware or software vendor and can upgrade components of their infrastructure without affecting large swaths of applications. Additionally, using microservices allows for legacy data and systems to power creative new tools. With the right microservices, you can quickly develop a mobile app that securely and easily access data formerly locked in a mainframe. Microservices also can reduce the dependency on IT for new tools and applications. If marketing wants to launch a new product catalog and you have a microservice, they're no longer dependent on IT to write interfaces or provide scarce resources. … [Read more...] about Microservices 101: A guide to microservice architecture