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iVision’s Automated Alert Response System Boosts Business Continuity, Reduces Risk

Published: December 5, 2016   |   Author: Taylor Cochran   |   Category: Press Releases   |   Read more

Atlanta, GA – December 5, 2016 – iVision has unveiled an Automated Alert Response System (AARS) that helps gather technical details and self-heal a customer’s managed environments in near real-time, enabling them to respond quickly, ensure business continuity and lower risk. AARS’ automated “smart” alerts not only advise of system interruptions, but also detail problems […]

DevOps, Microservices, and the Internet of Things (IoT): Beyond the Hype

Published: June 10, 2016   |   Author: Jeremy Likness   |   Category: Blog   |   Read more

DevOps, Microservices, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are the hottest topics in technology today. DevOps is commonly defined as a practice that employs the collaboration and communication of both software developers and other IT professionals while automating the process of software delivery and infrastructure changes. But what does that mean for your business? In a recent webinar, I covered what I believe are very important ideas that relate to all three areas.

SOLID Principles | Building a Visual Studio Console App

Published: June 3, 2016   |   Author: David Simmons   |   Category: Blog   |   Read more

SOLID Principles: Part 1 The SOLID principles (Single Responsibility, Open-Closed, Liskov Substitution, Interface Segregation, and Dependency Inversion), are a set of core object-oriented design principles created by Robert C. Martin. The basic idea behind the inception of these principles is that developers who apply them will end up with code that is easier to extend […]

Talk, Talk, Talk & Cloud Migration

Published: June 2, 2016   |   Author: Keith Lynch   |   Category: Blog   |   Read more

In a cloud bound world, the options of which to choose become very relevant. At iVision, we have taken the approach of focusing on the two leaders in this space, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.

Angular 2.0: Opinions, Commentary, and a Migration Case Study

Published: December 22, 2015   |   Author: Jeremy Likness   |   Category: Blog   |   Read more

Angular is a framework designed to make it easier to build client applications (that is, apps written with JavaScript and HTML that run on various devices, including mobile devices and browsers). Business users often expect a rich user experience and don’t like to compromise on features just because the app is delivered over the web or via a mobile device instead of installed on a desktop. For this reason, an approach to building apps called Single Page Applications (SPA) has evolved. Angular provides built-in support for SPA via templates, components, services, and tools that help developers call web services and manipulate the data that is returned.

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