Posts Tagged: cloud computing

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Using APIs in Sound Engineering

APIs have brought forward massive processing power and functionality to the world of sound engineering and design. This innovation, utilizing powerful hardware to software synergy and browser-based solutions through the application of sound design and presentation APIs, is an often overlooked aspect of hypermedia in the emergent media based internet culture. Read more

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Exploring the Cloud Laboratory: Advances in Biotech & Science-as-a-Service

It isn’t much of a stretch to imagine a world where biology is accessed and modified through API calls. Not only is this not science fiction, but the first laboratory science APIs are already available. Science-as-a-Service (SciAAS) companies have started popping up, with the intent to accelerate scientific research and improvements in biotechnology. Read more

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Tools Built on Top of The Docker API

Docker is a popular new technology that lets development teams bundle applications in virtual containers to easily build and deploy them. We’ve previously seen how Docker reduces the complexity of DevOps workflows and encourages the practice of immutable infrastructure, where the entire application, along with its underlying operating system, is recreated and redeployed as a lightweight container for each change to an application, rather than relying on incremental updates. Read more

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Living in the Cloud Stack – Understanding SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS APIs

The API world is rapidly changing — the average consumer of an API is far different from the data-processing clients of old, and the business-to-business landscape has steadily pushed the evolution of the API into bigger, bolder directions. In a world so documented and maintained, however, there remains a Wild West — unique in its applications and relatively misunderstood to those who don’t live in it. Read more