The Digital World

The digital world is expected to grow 10 times in the next 2 years, from 5B connected devices to 50B connected devices and 4T GB of data to 40T GB, by 2020. This 10X leap in such a short span of time is a first of its kind technology transformation. Digital technologies today have already started to change the fundamental behavior of people, customers, industries, companies, products and services. More than 50 percent of high performing companies have been experimenting and learning from early deployments of technological advancements.

With fast developing digital solutions, the challenges of ensuring quality deployment of these digital solutions are also many. Test strategies and approaches across development to deployment need to be relooked at. Solutions evolving via experimenting and yet we are compelled to make rapid deployments to grab competitive advantage. Solutions involve multiple technologies, tools, interfaces and industry standards. Complexity is growing with the involvement of a larger number of eco-system players; theses eco-players are still evolving; some of these eco-system players did not have the need to interact closely before, and are for the first time collaborating and defining roles. Compelling user experience demands an innumerable number of use cases in the complex systems, an ability to adapt to newer interfaces and technologies that will continue to emerge, and so on. These open up tremendous opportunities for us to bring in innovative test services.

Big Data and Cloud Computing are the two amongst few emerging trends and technologies in digital world.

  1. Big Data Analytics is here to resolve 5 Vs: Velocity (Speed), Volume, Value, Variety (Structured, Unstructured, Semi-structured), and Veracity (Conformity & Relevance). With high speed internet becoming more and more handy coupled with falling prices of broadband data connection, AI, Augmented Intelligence with Machine Learning getting wider acceptance across Enterprise IT World, the apprehensions about data security getting busted and low cost of high speed and storage resulting in high volumes of data; all lead to growing demand of Big Data. Read More at NexCen Blogs here: https://nexcenblog.wordpress.com/2018/01/28/big-data-revolution/ or Contact us at consulting@nexcen.in for a delightful experience transforming big data into valuable information. Read our Big Data service offerings here https://nexcen.in/bigdata.php.
  2. Cloud Computing: Simply put, cloud computing is the delivery of computing services—servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics and more, over the Internet (“the cloud”) on Pay As You Use basis. Companies offering these computing services are called cloud providers, charge for cloud computing services based on usage. Apart from trading capital expense for variable by assessing usage, can avail cost benefits from hundreds of thousands of customers aggregated in the cloud, IT resources are only ever a click away, which means you reduce the time it takes to make those resources available to your developers from weeks to just minutes. This results in a dramatic increase in agility for the organization, since the cost and time it takes to experiment and develop is significantly lower. You can Go global in minutes by deploying your application in multiple regions around the world with just a few clicks. Contact us at consulting@nexcen.in for our Cloud Computing service offerings or visit here https://nexcen.in/cloud.php.
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