Now, as the focus of many enterprises and technology vendors started to shift to edge, a new architecture may evolve as distributed applications have a different environment with a different type of latency requirement.
Industries had undergone three revolutions till. First being, mechanization and using indirect combustion for powering up mechanization through water and steam power (Industry 1.0). Second revolution brought complicated machinery for mass production and used electrical power (Industry 2.0).
With around 30 billion connected devices out there, the Internet of Things (IoT) is no longer just a buzzword. It’s very much a part of our reality. It has already started proving itself useful in the supply chain, manufacturing, automobiles, and predictive maintenance areas
There’s no longer any room for doubt that AI is transforming how the world operates. The effect of AI will only become more and more pronounced. Experts predict that the use cases of the future will be no different from the stuff sci-fi movies are made off. The question is, how will it disrupt your business model?
The software development industry sure has changed. We used “waterfall” to build software products in a phased, sequential manner. Then the Software Development Life Cycle started becoming less relevant. From Agile and DevOps to automated testing, and mobile and cloud technology –disruption hit the software development process.