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K (PMI)

by System Administrator - Thursday, 9 May 2013, 3:01 AM
 
  • KPI (Key Performance Indicators o Indicadores Claves de Desempeño): Son métricas financieras o no financieras, utilizadas para cuantificar objetivos que reflejan el rendimiento de una organización, y que generalmente se recogen en su plan estratégico.
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Virtualization Terminology

by System Administrator - Wednesday, 29 May 2013, 3:06 AM
 

One of the most important steps in mastering a new technology is learning the associated terminology or vocabulary.

In the Information Technology (IT) field, this can be a very challenging step, as much of the terminology is often used inconsistently. This white paper defines the terminology associated with IT virtualization. It is mainly vendor-agnostic, but it does provide some vendor-specific terms, product names, and feature names used by VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft.

Commonly used core definitions are provided first and are followed by definitions related to storage and networks.

Finally, definitions are provided that are specific to VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft.

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Virtualization Strategic

by System Administrator - Wednesday, 29 May 2013, 3:09 AM
 

Few technologies have taken the enterprise by storm like virtualization. The concept of decoupling hardware from software — first implemented long ago on mainframes — was reinvented with industry-standard servers.

It has since spread to the network, storage and desktops, bringing a new level of flexibility and agility to each realm while providing the foundation for cloud computing.

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3Vs (volume, variety and velocity)

by System Administrator - Friday, 31 May 2013, 10:22 PM
 

3Vs (volume, variety and velocity) are three defining properties or dimensions of big data. Volume refers to the amount of data, variety refers to the number of types of data and velocity refers to the speed of data processing. According to the 3Vs model, the challenges of big data management result from the expansion of all three properties, rather than just the volume alone -- the sheer amount of data to be managed.

Gartner analyst Doug Laney introduced the 3Vs concept in a 2001 MetaGroup research publication, 3D data management: Controlling data volume, variety and velocity. More recently, additional Vs have been proposed for addition to the model, including variability -- the increase in the range of values typical of a large data set -- and value, which addresses the need for valuation of enterprise data.

The infographic below (reproduced with permission from Diya Soubra's post, The 3Vs that define Big Data, on Data Science Central) illustrates the increasing expansion of the 3Vs. 

The 3Vs of big data

This was last updated in February 2013
Contributor(s): Ivy Wigmore
Posted by: Margaret Rouse
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D (Storage)

by System Administrator - Friday, 31 May 2013, 10:37 PM
 
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A (STORAGE)

by System Administrator - Friday, 31 May 2013, 11:03 PM
 
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B (STORAGE)

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C (STORAGE)

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E (STORAGE)

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F (STORAGE)

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G (STORAGE)

by System Administrator - Friday, 31 May 2013, 11:09 PM
 
  • GB - A gigabyte (GB) is a measure of computer data storage capacity and is "ro...
  • geo-replication - Geo-replication is a type of data storage repli...
  • giant magnetoresistive effect - GMR is the newest g...
  • gigabyte - A gigabyte (GB) is a measure of computer data storage capacit...
  • gigabyte (GB) - A gigabyte (GB) is a measure of computer data stora...
  • green networking - Green networking is the practice of selecting...
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H (STORAGE)

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I (STORAGE)

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K (STORAGE)

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L (STORAGE)

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M (STORAGE)

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N (STORAGE)

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O (STORAGE)

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P (STORAGE)

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Q (STORAGE)

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R (STORAGE)

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S (STORAGE)

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T (STORAGE)

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U (STORAGE)

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V (STORAGE)

by System Administrator - Friday, 31 May 2013, 11:20 PM
 
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W (STORAGE)

by System Administrator - Friday, 31 May 2013, 11:21 PM
 
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B (WEB SERVICES)

by System Administrator - Friday, 31 May 2013, 11:30 PM
 
  • BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) - an XML-based language designed to enable task-sharing for a distributed computing or grid computing environment - even across multiple organizations - using a combination of Web services.
  • BPML (Business Process Modeling Language) - an XML-based metalanguage for modeling business processes, much as XML is, itself, a metalanguage with the ability to model enterprise data.
  • business service provider (BSP)- a company that rents third-party software application packages to their customers.
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A (WEB SERVICES)

by System Administrator - Friday, 31 May 2013, 11:31 PM
 
  • ADO (ActiveX Data Objects) - an application program interface from Microsoft that lets a programmer writing Windows applications get access to a relational or non-relational database from both Microsoft and other database providers.
  • ASP.NET - the next generation of Microsoft's Active Server Page (ASP); both ASP and ASP.NET allow a Web site builder to dynamically build Web pages on the fly by inserting queries to a relational database in the Web page.
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C (WEB SERVICES)

by System Administrator - Friday, 31 May 2013, 11:33 PM
 
  • C# - a new object-oriented programming language from Microsoft, which aims to combine the computing power of C++ with the programming ease of Visual Basic. Based on C++ and containing features similar to those of Java, C# is designed to work with Microsoft's .Net platform. C# simplifies programming through its use of Extensible Markup Language (XML) and Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) which allow access to a programming object or method without requiring the programmer to write additional code for each step.
  • CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) - an architecture and specification for creating, distributing, and managing distributed program objects in a network.
  • cXML (Commerce XML) - a standard for the online exchange of business transaction information in common formats. It defines the structure of purchase orders, order acknowledgements, and other core e-business documents.
  • CallXML - a language based on XML that lets a company describe a phone-to-Web site application in terms of how the call would be handled at the Web site and how it would interact with the caller based on keyed-in or voice responses. CallXML is similar to other voice markup languages such as VoiceXML and Microsoft's WTE.
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Teleasistencia Móvil (PROTOCOLO)

by System Administrator - Saturday, 1 June 2013, 1:20 PM
 

Protocolo de los sistemas de teleasistencia móvil

Protocol dels sistemes de teleassistència mòbil

UNE_133503

El pasado 30 de abril de 2013, Aenor publicó la norma UNE 133503:2013 sobre Servicios de teleasistencia móvil. Protocolo de comunicaciones entre los terminales y los centros de alarma.

En la actualidad, cada fabricante de dispositivos móviles utiliza su propio protocolo de comunicación para conectar y comunicarse; y esta norma intenta unificar este protocolo.

La norma UNE 133503 define un protocolo de comunicaciones abierto y libre donde los dispositivos de teleasistencia móvil necesitan interactuar con los centros de atención.

Esta norma ha sido diseñada para usar como servicios portadores el servicio de mensaje corto (conocido como SMS), así como para trabajar con servicios de datos móviles basados en Protocolo de Internet (IP).

Para el diseño del protocolo se han tenido en cuenta las siguientes premisas:

  • simplicidad, en la codificación y decodificación de tramas;
  • consistencia, en la estructura de las reglas de codificación;
  • flexibilidad, para poder incorporar nuevos tipos de datos;
  • capacidad para integrar servicios y tecnologías futuras.

Aunque la definición del protocolo se basa en los requisitos reales de los servicios de teleasistencia, el protocolo se ha diseñado para que pueda ser adaptado a diferentes escenarios y procedimientos. Es decir, está diseñado como una herramienta sencilla para permitir el intercambio de información entre los terminales y el centro de servicio (central de alarma, central de atención, etc.), y como consecuencia,  se pueden diseñar una gran variedad de equipos de tal manera que se adapten a los diferentes servicios de teleasistencia.

A pesar de que la norma se centra en la implementación técnica del protocolo, la implantación de la misma tendrá un gran impacto para los actores del mercado (usuarios, fabricantes, proveedores de servicios y la administración pública). Es un proyecto que proporciona las siguientes ventajas.

Ventajas usuarios

Un protocolo abierto facilita la incorporación de nuevos terminales, proporcionando una mayor variedad de terminales para adaptarse a las necesidades de cada usuario. Reduciendo el precio del terminal se favorece que el servicio de teleasistencia móvil sea accesible a un mayor número de usuarios.

Ventajas fabricantes

Permite a los fabricantes centrar sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo de terminales sin desperdiciar recursos en la adaptación de los protocolos de terceros.

Ventajas proveedores de servicios

Gracias a este protocolo común, se facilita la integración de los proveedores de tecnología y su diversificación.

Ventajas administración pública

Un protocolo de comunicación abierto, facilita que los usuarios se puedan cambiar de un proveedor a otro, sin tener que cambiar los dispositivos móviles.

La posibilidad de una mayor competencia entre los proveedores de equipos proporcionará una mayor reducción de los costes del servicio.

Más información: norma@infocentre.eic.cat

Maite Sanz
Gestor de contenidos
Associació d’Enginyers Industrials de Catalunya
Infocentre – Normativa http://normativa.infocentre.es

Link: http://normativainfo.wordpress.com/2013/05/15/protocolo-de-los-sistemas-de-teleasistencia-movil/


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