Irrespective of the scope, every project should follow a sequence of actions to be controlled and managed. A typical project management process includes the following phases to achieve specific tasks & these phases define the project management lifecycle:
Introduction Neo4J is one of the most popular graph databases. But, unfortunately, ingesting large volumes of data take a lot of time as Neo4J tries to acquire lock on nodes before it creates/updates a node.
Every piece of data has its own strength and we increase its value through unified systems. These unified systems act as an enabler for data availability, thereby, resulting in smarter business decisions.
Automation, automation and automation. In this fast-paced IT environment, everyone is looking out for solutions that are faster, economical, accurate and provide quick ROI. Everyone is rushing for digital workforce transformation as it has become inevitable. Over the years, the manufacturing industry has witnessed increased reliability on robots to perform tasks that are mundane, rule based and
Authentication plays an important role in today's web applications. It is a process of accessing application or features by providing user’s identity that helps the verifier in getting complete information about the user’s activity. We can categorize the web-applications into 2 types – Public & Private.
Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are regular web applications that look like native applications in terms of interaction and appearance. PWAs have the promise of providing the user with the native app experience combined with the best qualities of web with app-like experience.
An Introduction to Internet of Things (IoT) IoT is the new buzz word that is an ecosystem of computer devices, automated/digital machines, objects, which hold unique identifiers and has the ability to transfer data over the network without involving human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. The purpose of IoT is to have a fully connected world in which all objects are interoperable with
Continuous Integration Continuous Integration is a process that development teams must adopt as it encourages developers to push new code changes as and when they write it. This process is designed to trigger automatic code integration in main code base. Instead of developing in isolation and then integrating them at end of development cycle, if continuous integration process is followed, the
Performance Testing of any application involves identifying bottlenecks related to infrastructure, network, code level issues and server resource utilization among others. A continuous and thorough monitoring of all the above aspects will not only help in identifying reasons for performance bottlenecks but also assist in performance engineering of the application providing insights into code