The public cloud is tomorrow’s IT backbone. As cloud vendors introduce new capabilities, the application-building process is undergoing a profound transformation. The cloud is based on key tenets such as global scale, commodity hardware, usage-based billing, scale-out, and automation. But how does the cloud impact what we do as programmers every day? What do we need to do at a program level that aligns us with the aforementioned tenets? This course discusses 9 techniques / tips (organized in three modules) designed to help developers make more effective use of the cloud.
Join Microsoft and AIS to learn how Azure Government Cloud can help Justice & Public Safety officials quickly respond to events at scale as needed.
The cloud platform designed to meet U.S. government demands Azure Government delivers cloud speed, scale, and economics while addressing the security and compliance needs of U.S. federal agencies including the Department of Defense, plus state and local governments and their solution providers. Azure Government offers physical and network isolation from non-U.S. government deployments and requires specialized personnel screening. Azure Government will address government regulatory and compliance requirements such as FedRAMP, CJIS, and HIPAA.
When local, state or federal authorities respond to criminal acts, they seek to quickly collect vast amount of inputs from the public. This input can be in the form of tips, photos, videos or any untold observations. Agencies need the capability to surge their IT tools and applications to collect the data, store it, and run big data analysis tools against the collected content to harvest information.
Register now for an exclusive Microsoft & AIS webinar to learn how you can:
- Through a few clicks publish internet or extranet facing web or SharePoint site to organize with first responders to an incident or catastrophe
- Provide a cost effective approach to development on larger scale environments
- Extend the On-Prem footprint without exposing critical data
- Reduce the burden of implementing back-up and disaster recovery for your applications.
The software industry is changing.
Many companies that have historically bought packaged software solutions are evaluating software as a service (SaaS) and cloud-backed software solutions to replace their legacy software.
This new cloud market presents tremendous opportunity for established software vendors. Capturing that opportunity brings not just technical changes, but fundamental shifts to your company’s business model.
Network, learn and share.
Join this event to learn from your peers in the industry that have leveraged the benefits of the cloud to build a successful business. You’ll hear from owners and leaders of successful software businesses about best practices and lessons learned, and gain insight about the cloud opportunity for a software business. Read More…
Our work with Rolling Stone and Bondi Digital Publishing is yet another example of how AIS can develop technology that creates new revenue streams for publishers. We built a digital distribution platform to usher print publications like Rolling Stone into the digital age – by providing them with a turnkey solution to deploy print magazine archives online for viewing on desktops, laptops and mobile devices. For Rolling Stone, the initial launch included more than 1,000 issues from 1967 to the present.
The “Mobile Worker” (like you, maybe), is growing more dependent on answering emails and working on the go with a smartphone, tablet and laptop both outside and inside the office. With so many efficient devices and capabilities allowing coworkers to touch base at once, it would only make sense to have all of your data stored in one centralized location. Additionally, most cloud services, such as Windows Azure, provide a web interface. This means you can access your data on any device or platform that has internet capabilities. Read More…