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2017 DevSummit Keynote: Present and Future Challenges of Working with Realtime Streaming Data

Todd Greene

Last week, Esri hosted its 12th annual Developer Summit (DevSummit) in Palm Springs, California. This event “for developers, by developers” is the largest conference in the world for geospatial developers. One of the highlights of DevSummit is the Wednesday morning … Continue reading

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From the 2012 Dev Summit – Wednesday

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The cloud is the future of information technology.

This is the point Steve Riley was driving home in his keynote presentation at the 2012 Esri Dev Summit today. Being the CTO of Riverbed Technology, as well as having Amazon and Microsoft on his resume, he’s got some legit experience lending credit to his intelligent and animated dialog this morning on the paradigm shift into a cloud infrastructure.

“Change happens. You have to adapt or die” Riley pointed out. Adaptation is key to human progress. The wine press turned into a printing press (did that turn into twitter?). Smart organizations are getting in front of cloud technology and Riley laid out several steps he called architecture lessons for building a successful cloud implementation. Continue reading

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