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James Watters talks with Dion Almaer and Ben Galbraith about Walmart’s mobile strategy and how they are leveraging Node.js at the largest retailer in the world.
Most of us carry around mobile “machines” that generate all sorts of data about us and our environment without any human input. Machine-generated data is in between user- and science-generated data in terms of size and will require an entirely updated approach to infrastructure.
Enterprise applications have traditionally been used by a few people between the hours of 9 to 5. With the consumerization of IT, and the prevalence of mobile connectivity, many “workers” are accessing applications via a mobile device. This trend is crushing traditional enterprise architectures. The same goes for traditional web architectures. With the rise of mobile-first applications, applications are often becoming connection-bound and architectures are changing to account for this.
24th–25th January 2012