Learning is defined as the adaptive intelligent change in response to experience. In humans, it refers to the continuous process of acquiring new skills, values, knowledge, attitude, and preferences based on past experiences. This lifelong exercise in humans is called cognitive learning.
Smart homes, wearables, automated cars are some of the popular concepts that introduced the world with the IoT technology and its potential applications. The continued growth of this technology and its use case realization has created a global IoT market of $389 billion, which is forecasted to reach $1 trillion in 2030 (according to Statista).
The accelerated adoption of digital solutions in the healthcare industry has resulted in satisfaction, accessibility, and cost-effectiveness in the care system. PHI maintenance over the care continuum, improved patient engagement, streamlined administrative operations, better claim management, early disease diagnosis are some of the advantages that healthcare digitization brings along.
For more than a decade now, DevOps has been bringing the development and IT teams together to release better software, faster. Despite its relative maturity, this practice still confronts roadblocks that hinder its progress.
Did you know that every large-scale, successful enterprise software has one thing in common? This mascot ensures that the software is able to communicate well with its counterparts, survive load, scale resources, and never let the application go down.
Sworkit is a digital health and fitness company based in Bethesda, Maryland. Founded in 2012, it provides customizable workout plans and resources that allow people to adopt and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Their workout offerings are a combination of strength, cardio, yoga, and stretching with some tough nutrition challenges to help people stay fit. The Sworkit app has 10 million registered users with an average rating of 4.5 on iOS and Google Play stores. As of May 2021, the fitness company has worldwide revenue of $90K.
The Agile development teams are frequently releasing application updates. To avoid delays or failures, they focus on every aspect of the delivery cycle. The DevOps team has started involving the database code in CI/CD pipeline, which was earlier limited to application code only. By doing this, it is ensured that changes in the DB (new features, updates, or bug fixes) reach users as fast as possible.
It’s been more than a decade that DevOps as a practice has been bridging the gap between the development and operations teams. It’s breaking down the silos between the two and automating the delivery cycle. Just like we implement DevOps to the delivery pipeline (to deal with the varying development environment), it is time that we start doing the same for databases.
Technology is spreading its wings to provide a profusion of opportunities. We have millions of smart, interconnected devices and complex systems that are enabling us to do much more than human potentiality. But the hard fact is, these systems are not foolproof and highly vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put tremendous pressure on the healthcare system, globally. Hospitals have experienced a surge in the volume of patients. The hospital staff has been asked to perform roles they were unfamiliar with. Many hospitals even stopped elective procedures and consultations to ensure that COVID-affected patients are attended well.