Category Archives: API

Imagine the Future of the Internet

The Premise The adoption of SDN and NFV technologies is changing how data centres and networks are built. At the same time the hardware and equipment in the datacentre is changing. Efforts like OpenCompute‚Äôs work on servers and data centre networking are changing the face of datacentre hardware. If we take the current trends in…
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Installing OpenWhisk on Ubuntu Server 16.04 (Part 1: CouchDB)

What is Openwhisk? Openwhisk is an open source serverless compute platform created by IBM. It now has several large, and small, organisation supporting it. You can find out more at the offical Openwhisk web site. The Goal I wanted to checkout Openwhisk, while it has a lovely vagrant demo set-up tool, this wasn't suitable for…
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Twitter API1.1 – What to do… What to do…

I've got to make a call on the immediate future of VocZie, and it is tied directly to the new Twitter API (API1.1) which has yet to be released. In my last blog post I outlined the problem; basically the changes coming in API1.1 have the potential to prevent VocZie from working. The problem I…
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