Open Source, Android Push Evolution of Mobile Cloud Apps For years, cloud gurus have claimed mobile devices will drive cloud computing, but they've had few cloud-specific mobile apps to point to. That is changing, however, as a growing number of mobile cloud projects break cover, with open source and Android leading the way. Open source clouds are red hot, with platforms like OpenStack, CloudStack, and Eucalyptus enjoying surging growth. Not surprisingly, then, open source mobile cloud apps are also proving popular. According to Gruber, today's single-task apps will evolve into full-fledged mobile-cloud platforms. Cumulus, a CloudStack Admin App Cumulus app allows remote access to CloudStack VM. According to Gruber, most open source mobile-cloud projects are designed for a specific cloud platform. "Cumulus is primarily designed for enterprise private cloud administrators that use CloudStack," said Tadahiro Yasuda, CEO of Japan-based Creationline, via email. Cumulus will also evolve into a more active participant in cloud processes.
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slowhttptest - Application Layer DoS attack simulator SlowHTTPTest is a highly configurable tool that simulates some Application Layer Denial of Service attacks. It works on majority of Linux platforms, OSX and Cygwin - a Unix-like environment and command-line interface for Microsoft Windows. It implements most common low-bandwidth Application Layer DoS attacks, such as slowloris, Slow HTTP POST, Slow Read attack (based on TCP persist timer exploit) by draining concurrent connections pool, as well as Apache Range Header attack by causing very significant memory and CPU usage on the server. Slowloris and Slow HTTP POST DoS attacks rely on the fact that the HTTP protocol, by design, requires requests to be completely received by the server before they are processed. If an HTTP request is not complete, or if the transfer rate is very low, the server keeps its resources busy waiting for the rest of the data. If the server keeps too many resources busy, this creates a denial of service. Installation and usage examples 25 November 2013
Proxmox VE, oVirt, OpenStack...? Are any ESXi/HyperV alternatives production-worthy? : sysadmin Stan - RStanArm Bayesian applied regression modeling via Stan RStanArm allows users to specify models via the customary R commands, where models are specified with formula syntax, data is provided as a data frame, and additional arguments are available to specify priors. Estimation may be carried out with Markov chain Monte Carlo, variational inference, or optimization (Laplace approximation). Instructions for downloading, installing, and getting started with RStanArm on all platforms. RStanArm(CRAN) RStanArm’s reference manual and vignettes are also available from CRAN. RStanArm Documentation and Vignettes(CRAN) RStanArm’s source code and issue tracker are hosted by GitHub. stan-dev/rstanarm(GitHub) RStan is open-source licensed under the GNU Public License, version 3(Gnu).
Hack Installing OpenStack on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS in 10 Minutes - StackGeek by Kord Campbell OpenStack's technology stack consists of a series of interrelated projects which controls a given deployment of hardware providing processing, storage, and networking. Deployments are managed using a simple UI and a flexible API which can be used by third party software. Infrastructure is meant to be open, trustworthy and secure. The best way to ensure trust in infrastructure is the use of Open Source software and hardware exclusively at the infrastructure level. This guide is dedicated to helping individuals deploy OpenStack for use with the xov.io project. This guide and the software it contains are released under the MIT Open Source license. Requirements You need a minimum of one rig with at least 8GB of RAM, 4 cores, (1) SSD drive, and one ethernet card.You need a clean install of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64-bit Linux on your box. Note: Each OpenStack cluster needs a single controller which is in charge of managing the cluster. Forum Discussion IRC Channel Install Bugs? . . . . Setup
Wolfram Language - Wikipedia The Wolfram Language, a general multi-paradigm programming language developed by Wolfram Research, is the programming language of Mathematica and the Wolfram Programming Cloud. It emphasizes symbolic computation, functional programming, and rule-based programming and can employ arbitrary structures and data. Naming The language was officially named in June 2013 although, as the programming language of Mathematica, it has been in use in various forms for over 30 years since Mathematica's initial release. Before 2013, it was internally referred to by several names, such as "M" and "Wolfram Language." Other possible names Wolfram Research considered include "Lingua" and "Express In popular culture See also References External links
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en.m.wikipedia For nearly three decades, Stephen Wolfram has built software technology that has attracted an avid following among mathematicians and scientists. His Mathematica program for symbolic mathematical computation and its programming language, Wolfram Language, are favorites of the intelligentsia of the quant world in universities and corporations. Wolfram Alpha, his question-answer technology, is available on its own website and serves up many of the answers for Apple’s voice-controlled digital assistant, Siri. Photo His Wolfram Language is similarly a tool for what he calls “knowledge-based programming.” In an interview, Mr. “You want the human to have to specify as little as possible, by putting as much intelligence into the language as possible,” he said. With his free offering in the cloud, Mr. That may not be as much of a stretch as it seems. For beginners, the Wolfram Language, Mr. In the last three and a half years, Raspberry Pi, Mr. Mr.
Un nouveau Cloud français débarque C'est la surprise de la semaine, un nouveau Cloud vient d’entrer sur la scène française. Aruba Cloud est un Cloud Public offrant un service de IaaS et de Cloud Storage officiellement depuis ce matin. Sur le papier, Aruba Cloud aurait tout d’un AWS, mais « moins cher, plus souple et mieux maîtrisé » selon Eric Sansonny, le Directeur Général d’Aruba en France et ex-Directeur France de Amen, rencontré hier. Esbrouffe ou gros coup ? Il est trop tôt pour le savoir. A-t-il une chance ? Face à un Ikoula et un Gandi déjà bien implantés sur le marché français; face à un CloudWatt et un Numergy, qui devraient lancer leurs offres prochainement; face à un AWS dominant le marché, y-a-t-il vraiment de la place pour un nouvel acteur du Cloud Public ? Un acteur déjà bien implanté en Europe S’il est nouveau en France, Aruba n’est effectivement pas né de la dernière pluie. Une entité totalement française Hyper-V et VMware pour démarrer Côté Cloud Storage, Aruba se positionne sur le créneau de AWS S3.
Computational Law, Symbolic Discourse and the AI Constitution—Stephen Wolfram Blog Leibniz’s Dream Gottfried Leibniz—who died 300 years ago this November—worked on many things. But a theme that recurred throughout his life was the goal of turning human law into an exercise in computation. Human law, almost by definition, dates from the very beginning of civilization—and undoubtedly it’s the first system of rules that humans ever systematically defined. Over the past few centuries we’ve had amazing success formalizing mathematics and exact science. The basic issue is that human law talks about human activities, and (unlike say for the mechanics of particles) we don’t have a general formalism for describing human activities. But what about all the things that typical legal contracts deal with? A New Kind of Language For a computer language, though, it’s a different story. But what I’m excited about is that we’re starting to have a bridge between the precision of traditional computer languages and the ability to talk about real-world constructs. So what’s involved?