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24 Testing Scenarios you should not automate with Selenium

While there is a huge demand and need to run Selenium Automation Tests, the experts always suggest not to automate every possible test. Exhaustive Testing is not possible, and Automating everything is not sustainable. Let us consider an example of Selenium WebDriver in this article and analyse what Selenium test scenarios are not greatly supported …

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What is a computational storage drive? Much-needed help for CPUs

The inevitable slowing of Moore’s Law has pushed the computing industry to undergo a paradigm shift from the traditional CPU-only homogeneous computing to heterogeneous computing. With this change, CPUs are complemented by special-purpose, domain-specific computing fabrics. As we’ve seen over time, this is well reflected by the tremendous growth of hybrid-CPU/GPU computing, significant investment on …

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What is an API gateway? API simplicity and stability

API gateways are a response to a key outcome of the microservices architecture style: the proliferation of services and their interfaces. The core purpose of an API gateway is to simplify and stabilize the interfaces exposed to clients. In addition to this, because of the unique position of an API gateway in the architecture, a variety …

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pCloudy Desktop Assistant Launched- Easy to use and access important features of pCloudy at a single place

pCloudy Desktop Assistant or PDA as we call it is a major utility released in 5.9 updates. It is a much demanded app which enables users to access the most used features of pCloudy like Wildnet, Android tunnel and iOS connect at a single place. It also improves the usability of these features significantly since …

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LinuxKit as a Commodity for Building Linux Distributions

Guest post by Docker Captain Gianluca Arbezzano Recently Corey Quinn from LastWeekInAWS wrote an article that made me think “Nobody Cares About the Operating System Anymore”. Please have a look at it! I like the idea that nobody cares about where their application runs. Developers only want them running. A bit of context about Tinkerbell …

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Edge computing archetypes are emerging, and they are not pretty

Transparency Market Research has a new report pertaining to the global IoT (Internet of Things) and edge computing-connected-machines market. The report projects the IoT market will reach a value of $1.3 trillion by 2027. This is not at all surprising. What is a bit of a shock are the emerging ways that organizations are leveraging …

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Plans to Add AOSP Devices to Your Fleet? Esper’s Got Your Back

At Esper, AOSP devices are some of our favorite devices to work with. We’ve previously talked about choosing between GMS and non-GMS devices for your dedicated Android device. When we say AOSP, we mean devices that do not come with Google Mobile Services (GMS) and run open source Android. If you have decided to choose …

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