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Exclusive: Professor Rachid Guerraoui from EPFL comments on how transactional memory influences our future

August 17th, 2017 No comments

At one of the programming forums we were pleased to be able to speak to Rachid Guerraoui (École Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, EPFL), whose research is devoted to concurrent and distributed programming, across systems ranging from multiprocessors to wide-area networks. This topic is of high interest to us, as Devexperts solutions for the financial industry widely use concurrent algorithms.

concurrent, parallel and distributed programming

The world is concurrent, parallel and distributed

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How to choose a monitoring system for your IT infrastructure?

September 12th, 2012 4 comments

Selecting a monitoring system is hard, but there are just four important questions which could simplify this work.

The first question to be answered when choosing a monitoring system is, “What problem do I want to solve with it?”

For example:

  • I have a lot of servers, databases, and other equipment in the network, but I do not have a way of monitoring them of monitoring the overall system;
  • I provide a service to my clients, but the only way of knowing about problems are when they are reported by the clients themselves;
  • I try to monitor their IT infrastructure through the use of a lot of different specialized software that requires a lot of specialists to support;
  • I have a monitoring system, but am unhappy with the cost / quality / functionality.

Clearly articulate the answer to this first question and you can move on.

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