Category Archives: Application Architecture

API Led Connectivity

Here is a well-known fact: Technology has become a part of every aspect of our lives. We are all connected in some way. We live in a highly connected world. Every day we create humongous amount of data, as individuals, businesses or machines. And we do so with the help of numerous devices and applications. As consumers, we keep interacting with new technologies that change the way we live. We want the systems to be powerful and want them to work together seamlessly. We expect the organizations to deliver these functionalities faster than ever. To meet this, organizations are presented with several specialized tools to meet the customer expectations.

Point-to-Point Integration

Point to point communication

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Software as a Service (SaaS) takes root as Multi-Billion Dollar industry

According to SaaS Mag, with increased adoption specially of Salesforce, Software as a Service industry, is on a rise and is expected to be more than $130 billion industry by 2020. SaaS is referred to as a software distribution model in which a service provider hosts the application and makes it available for the customers over the internet. There are three main categories of cloud computing:

  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS)
  • Software as a Service (SaaS)

SaaS is similar to ASP (Application Service Provider) and on demand computing software delivery models.  The SaaS model where the provider hosts the client’s software and delivers it over the internet to an approved set of users is like ASP. The on-demand software model of SaaS refers when the provider gives clients network-based access to software. The source code of the application is same, and it is specifically created for SaaS distribution. When the new functionalities are to be rolled out, it is done for all users. Data storage again depends upon the type of agreement the provider has with the customers. Customers can opt data storage locally, in the cloud or both locally and in the cloud. Organizations can also integrate other software with SaaS applications using APIs.

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Recurrent Neural Network with Long Short-Term Memory

What is a Neuron?

In Biological term, Neurons is the unit of nervous system which is responsible for flow of message in the form of electrical impulse in Human brain. So, Neuron is responsible for Human intelligence. But, in Today’s scenario it is used in Artificial Intelligence as well. Recurrent Neural Network (RNN) is a class of Artificial neural network in which connections between the neurons form a directed graph, or in simpler words, having a self-loop in the hidden layers. This helps RNNs to utilize the previous state of the hidden neurons to learn current state. Along with the current input, RNNs utilize the information they have learnt previously. Among all the neural networks, they are the only one with an internal memory. A usual RNN has a short-term memory. Because of their internal memory, RNN are able to remember things.

neural networks applications

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Amazon Simple Queue Service: Overview

With modern cloud architecture applications are now decoupled into smaller, independent building blocks that are easier to develop, deploy and maintain, but the applications should also deal with connecting system components for the seamless flow of information among these components.

Simple Queue Service

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