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Hyping Buzzing


regulations Being a hyped has to do with a lot of not yet stable statements. Not sure wich parts will last or being important.




Big Data - Analytics




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data scientist

A new branche or is it something old with new names, very confusing:

Job descriptions of the data scientist

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Business analyst , Systems analyst

Already becoming old common job-role:
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Big Data
  • Viewpoint: Big data and big analytics means better business By Paul Kent Global vice president of Big Data, SAS
  • big-data-cautions (perficient, Neetu shaw- apr 2013).
  • The Big Hole in Big Data (beyond Philosophy, Colin Shaw - May 2013)
  • 2the 3vs that define big data (datasciencecentral - july 2012).
  • big-data-news-of-the-week (forbes Gil Press - 2012/10/20/ ) .


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    Cloud




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    Cloud computing

    In the Cloud. Not doing it physical anymore by your self. Getting IT more working as a business.
    Cloud computing is a metaphor used by Technology or IT Services companies for the delivery of computing requirements as a service to a heterogeneous community of end-recipients. The term cloud theoretically signifies abstraction of technology, resources and its location that are very vital in building integrated computing infrastructure (including networks, systems and applications).

    More details at part of Operating Systems .



    -- As a Service

    The -AAS (--) As A Service are the newest hyping words. SAAS PAAS IAAS DAAS BPAAS TEAAS
    hard-truths-about-cloud-differences (informationweek jan 2013)


    Open Service for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) is an open community, originally proposed in 2008,[1] to define a set of specifications that enable integration of software development and more broadly Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Product lifecycle Management (PLM) products and services. The intention is to make life easier for software and product developers and tools vendors, by making it easier for tools to work together.


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    SAAS
    Software as a service (SaaS), typically pronounced [sæs]), sometimes referred to as "on-demand software", is a software delivery model in which software and associated data are centrally hosted on the cloud.

    Software as a service (SaaS)Cloud based delivery of complete software applications that run on infrastructure the SaaS vendor manages. SaaS applications are accessed over the Internet and typically charged on a subscription basis.

    Software as a service (SaaS) is a software distribution model in which applications are hosted by a vendor or service provider and made available to customers over a network, typically the Internet.

    Deploying Software as a Service (SaaS) Multi-tenant Deployment is the new word of the old hosting. A multi-tenant platform is one that uses common resources and a single instance of both the object code of an application as well as the underlying database to support multiple customers simultaneously. Although the technology stack (servers, switches, bandwidth, data storage, etc.) in a multi-tenant deployment are shared and a single instance of code exists, customers’ user experience should be similar to that of a user whose application was dedicated on an individual basis, much like that of an on-premise application. Multi-tenant deployment of an application optimizes the use of a limited set of computing resources across a large number of customers.

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    PAAS
    Platform as a service (PaaS) is a category of cloud computing services that provide a computing platform and a solution stack as a service. Along with SaaS and IaaS, it is a service model of cloud computing. In this model, the consumer creates the software using tools and libraries from the provider. The consumer also controls software deployment and configuration settings. The provider provides the networks, servers and storage.
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    IAAS
    Infrastrcuture As A service. See Cloud Computing.

    OpenStack is a cloud computing project to provide an infrastructure as a service (IaaS).

    OASIS Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications (TOSCA) TC

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    DAAS
    DAAS IS indicated as:
    Desktop virtualization (sometimes called client virtualization[1]), as a concept, separates a personal computer desktop environment from a physical machine using the client–server model of computing.
    Virtual desktop infrastructure, sometimes referred to as virtual desktop interface[2] (VDI) is the server computing model enabling desktop virtualization, encompassing the hardware and software systems[3] required to support the virtualized environment

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    TEAAS
    Test Environment as a service (TEaaS(, typically pronounced [teæs]), sometimes referred to as "on-demand test environment," is a test environment delivery model in which software and its associated data are hosted centrally (typically in the (Internet) cloud) and are typically accessed by users using a thin client, normally using a web browser over the Internet.

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    ITAAS
    IT as-a-Service (ITaaS) is an operational model where an Enterprise IT organization is run much like business, acting and operating just as an internal service provider. In this model, IT simplifies and encourages service consumption, provides improved financial transparency for IT services, and partners more closely with lines-of-business

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    BPAAS
    Business process as a service (BPaaS) pronounced [be-pass] is an application delivered as a service that is used by business process service-provider personnel, who are performing activities on behalf of the service recipient. It's a service that combines the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) with the Software as a Service (SaaS) models.




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    Linked Data
    Linked_data (often capitalized as Linked Data) describes a method of publishing structured data so that it can be interlinked and become more useful. It builds upon standard Web technologies such as HTTP, RDF and URIs, but rather than using them to serve web pages for human readers, it extends them to share information in a way that can be read automatically by computers.



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