Enterprise Tech News: Microsoft Conjoins With Cloud Foundry Foundation, Google Unveils MobileNets For TensorFlow, MongoDB Releases Stitch

23 Jun. 2017 Enterprise Tech News

This week’s tech news roundup features: Microsoft joins the Cloud Foundry Foundation, Google releases MobileNets for TensorFlow, and MongoDB launches Stitch.

Microsoft Joins The PaaS Project Cloud Foundry

Microsoft Connects With Cloud Foundry Foundation

Microsoft recently announced that it has joined the Cloud Foundry Foundation as a Gold Member. Cloud Foundry is an open source PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) cloud provider, mainly focusing on Java and Node.js for application development. Microsoft has embraced a suite of Cloud Foundry features which will aid in enhancing the integration of open source infrastructure management with Microsoft platforms.

Developers will now be able to access the command line tools of Cloud Foundry by default through Azure Cloud Shell. Azure Cloud Shell is Microsoft Cloud feature that provides a terminal point that is accessible via the internet. In addition to this, Cloud Foundry can also integrate with Azure DQL Database and MySQL to use Microsoft’s managed database service with their Cloud Foundry deployments.

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Google Open Sources A New Set of Models For TensorFlow

New Data Set Models MobileNets For TensorFlow

Google has released a new set of models called MobileNets. It is a set of pre-trained recognition models that will allow developers to select models based on specific requirements for their applications. This will help mobile devices to better recognize the images without requiring heavy power consumption.

With the MobileNets release, Google plans to capitalize on a trend of increased local machine learning (ML) processing. Now developers will be able to deploy the models using TensorFlow Mobile which is a system designed for deploying models onto iOS, Android and Raspberry Pi.

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MongoDB Unveils A New Backend-as-a-Service Tool, Stitch

Backend-As-A-Service Tool Stitch

At its annual developer conference, MongoDB unveiled Stitch, a new backend-as-a-service (BaaS) tool. It is designed to help developers build MongoDB-powered applications, without requiring mountains of boilerplate code. Stitch is a single document-centric API that handles regular database tasks including storing and retrieving data, data privacy, access control, and security.

Developers can use MongoDB Stitch to integrate it with the third party services they use for functionalities such as messaging, payments, and user authentication. The BaaS tool is available in a public data and comes with native SDKs for Android, iOS, and JavaScript.

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