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Business Analysis
Business Analysis

[Business Analyst, Business Systems Analyst, Systems Analyst, Requirements Engineer, Process Analyst, Product Manager, Product Owner, Enterprise Analyst, Business Architect, Management Consultant, Business Intelligence Analyst, Data Scientist]

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The Business Analyst is an agent of change. Business Analysis is a disciplined approach for introducing and managing change to organizations, whether they are for-profit businesses, governments, or non-profits. Job titles for business analysis practitioners include not only business analyst, but also business systems analyst, systems analyst, requirements engineer, process analyst, product manager, product owner, enterprise analyst, business architect, management consultant, business intelligence analyst, data scientist, and more. Many other jobs, such as management, project management, product management, software development, quality assurance and interaction design rely heavily on business analysis skills for success. Business analysis is used to identify and articulate the need for change in how organizations work, and to facilitate that change. As business analysts, we identify and define the solutions that will maximize the value delivered by an organization to its stakeholders. Business analysts work across all levels of an organization and may be involved in everything from defining strategy, to creating the enterprise architecture, to taking a leadership role by defining the goals and requirements for programs and projects or supporting continuous improvement in its technology and processes.

SDLC Management
LoadRunner
LoadRunner

[Load Testing, Performance Testing]

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HP Loadrunner (now Micro-Focus Loadrunner) is a highly sophisticated software performance testing tool that detects and prevents performance issues in web applications. It specializes in detecting bottlenecks before the application enters the implementation or the deployment phase. Similarly, the tool is extremely helpful in detecting performance gaps in before a new system is implemented or upgraded. However, Loadrunner is not limited to testing web applications or services. The application is also optimized for testing ERP software, legacy system application, as well as Web 2.0 technologies. Loadrunner enables software testers to have complete visibility over their system’s end-to-end performance. As a result, these users are able to evaluate each component individually before it goes live. At the same time, Loadrunner also gives its users highly advanced forecasting features for forecasting expenses for up-scaling application capacity. By precisely forecasting expenses related to both software and hardware, it is easier to enhance the capacity and scalability of your application. Loadrunner is not open source, and is owned the technology giant Hewlett Packard. Therefore, the code of the application is not available to users. However, since the application already offers many advanced and high-level testing features, it isn’t necessary to customize existing features. Loadrunner is highly versatile and supports a large number of applications. Therefore, developers can test a variety of applications, including mobile, .NET, Java, SOAP, Flex, HTML 5, ERP, legacy, GWT, Silverlight, Ajax, and Citrix.

DevSecOps
Oracle Fusion Applications
Oracle Fusion Applications

[Oracle Cloud, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Supply Chain Management and Manufacturing (SCM), Human Capital Management (HCM), Customer Experience (CX)]

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Oracle Fusion Applications is a suite of 100% open standards-based business applications that provide a new standard for the way businesses innovate, work and adopt technology. Delivered as a complete suite of modular, service-enabled enterprise applications, Oracle Fusion Applications works with Oracle's Applications Unlimited portfolio to evolve business to a new level of performance. Whether it is one module, a product family, or the entire suite, Oracle provides businesses with their choice of all advancements pioneered by Oracle Fusion Applications, at a pace that matches individual business demands. Oracle Fusion Applications includes the following product families, or collections of products that are associated with a functional area: - Oracle Fusion Customer Relationship Management manages customers, contacts, and resources, including data quality configuration. - Oracle Fusion Financials manages financial flows, including assets, ledgers, cash cycle, invoices and payments, accounts receivable, collections, and setup of subledger accounting and tax configuration. - Oracle Fusion Governance, Risk, and Compliance integrates business intelligence, process management, and automated controls enforcement to enable sustainable risk and compliance management. - Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management provides employee management for an organization. - Oracle Fusion Procurement manages the procurement process including requisitions, purchase orders, and supplier negotiations. - Oracle Fusion Project Portfolio Management manages projects, including how to plan, budget, forecast, collect costs, bill customers, and report performance. - Oracle Fusion Supply Chain Management integrates and automates all key supply chain processes, from design, planning, and procurement to manufacturing and order fulfillment. - Oracle Fusion Setup is a special product family for supporting the other product families.

Platform Tech
WebRTC
WebRTC

[Streaming, Audio, Video, Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF), HTML5, Media, Gametech]

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WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is a technology that enables Web applications and sites to capture and optionally stream audio and/or video media, as well as to exchange arbitrary data between browsers without requiring an intermediary. The set of standards that comprise WebRTC makes it possible to share data and perform teleconferencing peer-to-peer, without requiring that the user install plug-ins or any other third-party software. WebRTC consists of several interrelated APIs and protocols which work together to achieve this. The documentation you'll find here will help you understand the fundamentals of WebRTC, how to set up and use both data and media connections, and more. Here are some of the main use cases you’ll find for WebRTC out there: - Unified communications – voice and video calling, 1:1 or group sessions - Contact center communications – client/agent, visual assistance, remote assistance, etc - Watch parties – watch television or a sports event together - eCommerce and retail – from one-to-one high touch sales to live broadcast for sales events and promotions - Telehealth, online education, legal proceedings, remote travel, fitness, dancing, tutoring, coaching, … – conduct remotely and virtually verticalized sessions you would have done in-person in the past - Teleoperations – drive cars, forklifts, trucks, drones, boats, submarines, … – remotely - Virtual and hybrid events – conduct webinars, large meetings and events online - Low latency broadcasting – broadcast a sports game, auction or interactive sessions to a large audience at sub second latency - Cloud gaming – render the visuals of a game in the cloud and send it in realtime to the player - Machine remoting – operate a remote machine (high performance machines or highly secured/configured machines) as if it was a local one - Virtual spaces and the metaverse – meet people in a synthetically rendered virtual environment in 2D or 3D

Frontend Engineering
BrightScript
BrightScript

[Roku, Connected TV (CTV), Over The Top (OTT), Streaming, Smart TV, Video Playback, C]

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Roku BrightScript is a powerful scripting language that makes it easy and quick to build media and networked applications for embedded devices. The language has integrated support for BrightScript components, a library of lightweight components. The APIs of the platform BrightScript is running on are all exposed to BrightScript as BrightScript components. The BrightScript reference specifies the syntax of the language. To write useful applications that implement a channel, you should also refer to BrightScript Component Architecture. BrightScript compiles code into bytecode that is run by an interpreter. This compilation step happens every time a script is loaded and run. There is no separate compile step that results in a binary file being saved. In this way it is similar to JavaScript. BrightScript statement syntax is not C-like; in this way it is similar to Python, Basic, Ruby or Lua. BrightScript objects and named entry data structures are associative arrays. In this way it is similar to JavaScript or Lua. BrightScript supports dynamic typing (like JavaScript), or declared types (like C or Java). BrightScript uses "interfaces" and "components" for its APIs, similar to ".Net" or Java. BrightScript is a powerful bytecode-interpreted scripting language optimized for embedded devices. In this way it is unique. For example, BrightScript and the BrightScript component architecture are written in 100% C for speed, efficiency, and portability. BrightScript makes extensive use of the "integer" type (since many embedded processors don't have floating point units). This is different from languages like JavaScript where a number is always a float. BrightScript numbers are only floats when necessary. BrightScript is optimized to be the "glue" that connects underlying components for network connectivity, media playback, and UI screens into user-friendly applications with minimal programmer effort.

Embedded Systems
Manual Testing
Manual Testing

[White Box Testing, Black Box Testing, Grey Box Testing]

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Manual testing, as the term suggests, refers to a test process in which a QA manually tests the software application in order to identify bugs. To do so, QAs follow a written test plan that describes a set of unique test scenarios. The QA is required to analyze the performance of the web or mobile application from an end user’s perspective. QAs verify the actual behavior of software against expected behavior, and any difference is reported as a bug. Types of Manual Testing 1. White Box Testing White box Testing, also known as glass box or transparent testing, is an approach in which the QA is familiar with the internal code or structure of the application. It is primarily used for unit testing. White box Testing also covers specific techniques like data flow testing, control flow testing, decision coverage, and path testing, and a few others. 2. Black Box Testing Black-box testing is a test approach in which the QA doesn’t have any knowledge about the underlying code or structure of the application. The QA interacts with the software application just like an end-user to test its functional and non-functional behavior. This helps to discover some bugs typically overlooked in the earlier stages. 3. Grey Box Testing Grey-Box test approach is the combination of both white box and black box testing techniques. The main aim of this approach is to identify any bugs present either due to inappropriate usage or any structural flaws.

Quality Assurance
NetSuite
NetSuite

[Oracle NetSuite, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Professional Services Automation (PSA)]

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Netsuite is Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, which includes accounting software, along with many other functions central to running your business, such as: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), inventory management, Human Resources, manufacturing, order management, payroll, and more. There are many advantages offered by an ERP system like NetSuite for high-growth companies looking to centralize data through a fully integrated solution, and minimize inefficiencies and inaccuracies due to disparate databases and manual data entry. Some of NetSuite’s capabilities include: - Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): NetSuite ERP runs all your accounting, inventory, supply chain and order management in the cloud. - Customer Relationship Management (CRM): NetSuite CRM helps you manage all your prospects, customers, partners and vendors in a single, integrated system. - Professional Services Automation (PSA): NetSuite OpenAir helps your company plan, track and execute projects. - Human Resources: NetSuite SuitePeople is a scalable and secure human capital management software to streamline HR processes such as onboarding, payroll, employee performance tracking and more. - International: NetSuite OneWorld is a real-time, unified global management platform that manages multiple applications in different countries, currencies, languages and subsidiaries. - E-commerce: NetSuite SuiteCommerce integrates every step of your web store, from point of sale and order management to marketing, merchandising, inventory, financials and support. - Planning and Budgeting: NetSuite can create and consolidate plans, worksheets and documents. Collaborate using sharing and commenting to accelerate results.

Platform Tech
Apache JMeter
Apache JMeter

[Load Testing, Performance Testing, Java, Volume Testing, Stress Testing, Capacity Testing, Reliability Testing, Scalability Testing]

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Apache Jmeter is easily one of the most used performance testing tools for developers. It is available in open-source format, which makes it highly accessible to software businesses of all sizes. Furthermore, the performance testing tool supports a 100% Java scripted desktop application and also tests the functional performance of web applications. What makes this Jmeter unique is that it’s extremely versatile despite being open-source. The tool is compatible with a number of protocols web and networking protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, LDAP, SOAP, and TCP. Since the application has a Java-oriented system, it also offers compliance with JDBC and Message-oriented middleware (MOM) through JMS. At the same time, Jmeter is compatible with email protocols such as IMAP(Server), POP3(Server), and SMTP(Server). These protocols help you reinforce security standards in used email transfer within your application. The option of using shell scripts and native commands during testing procedures makes it easier to implement during testing procedures. Moreover, Jmeter offers software testers the opportunity to test their applications for both dynamic and static resources, such as queries, servers, logs, scripts, and files. Similarly, testers can also inspect applications heavy load applications and evaluate their robustness and performance against varying load types. In terms of user interface, Apache Jmeter beats many software testing tools. The application offers users an intuitive and fast GUI supported by sophisticated multithreading capabilities. Lastly, Jmeter is also highly extensible and therefore, compatible with a number of third-party integrations and plug-ins. These plug-ins and third-party tools provide you with additional software testing features. Ultimately, the robust nature of Jmeter makes performance testing extremely easy across several servers, testing platforms, and browsers.

DevSecOps
AWS Proton
AWS Proton

[CI/CD, AWS CloudFormation, Code Pipeline, Terraform, Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery]

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AWS Proton is an application delivery service that helps platform teams provide an easy way for their developers to provision, deploy, and monitor applications when the unit of compute is dynamic, like with containers and serverless. AWS Proton allows customers to define application components as a stack, which creates everything needed to provision, deploy, and monitor an application, including compute, networking, code pipeline, security, and monitoring. AWS Proton includes curated application stacks with built-in AWS best practices (for security, architecture, and tools), so infrastructure teams can quickly and easily distribute trusted stacks to their development teams. A customer’s central infrastructure team can easily create and publish a stack to the AWS Proton console. The stack defines all of the infrastructure and tooling for the microservice, and provides consistency and standards across the organization. When a developer is ready to deploy their code, they pick the stack that best suits their use case, plug in the parameters for their application, and click deploy. AWS Proton handles everything needed to deploy the application, including provisioning the requested AWS services, pushing code through the CI/CD pipeline, setting up monitoring and alarms, and compiling, testing, and deploying the code. The AWS Proton console lists the microservices that are using each stack, so it is easy for infrastructure teams to make sure all microservices are updated as needed. With AWS Proton, infrastructure teams can also easily manage their container and serverless deployments and focus on creating great applications—instead of spending hours setting up infrastructure for each development team.

DevSecOps
Azure DevOps
Azure DevOps

[Version Control, Source Control, Git, Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), Visual Studio, GitHub, Azure Pipelines, Azure Boards, Azure Monitor, CI/CD]

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Azure DevOps provides developer services for allowing teams to plan work, collaborate on code development, and build and deploy applications. Azure DevOps supports a collaborative culture and set of processes that bring together developers, project managers, and contributors to develop software. It allows organizations to create and improve products at a faster pace than they can with traditional software development approaches. You can work in the cloud using Azure DevOps Services or on-premises using Azure DevOps Server. For information on the differences between the cloud versus on-premises platforms, see Azure DevOps Services and Azure DevOps Server. Azure DevOps provides integrated features that you can access through your web browser or IDE client. You can use one or more of the following standalone services based on your business needs: - Azure Repos provides Git repositories or Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) for source control of your code. - Azure Pipelines provides build and release services to support continuous integration and delivery of your applications. - Azure Boards delivers a suite of Agile tools to support planning and tracking work, code defects, and issues using Kanban and Scrum methods. - Azure Test Plans provides several tools to test your apps, including manual/exploratory testing and continuous testing. - Azure Artifacts allows teams to share packages such as Maven, npm, NuGet, and more from public and private sources and integrate package sharing into your pipelines.

DevSecOps
Databricks
Databricks

[Metastore, Analytics Engine, Analytics Workflow, Data Lakehouse, Data Analysis, Big Data, Data Warehouse, ETL, Machine Learning (ML), Apache Spark, Apache MapReduce, Microsoft Power BI, QlikView, Tableau, SparkML, Data Lake]

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Databricks, developed by the creators of Apache Spark, is a Web-based platform, which is also a one-stop product for all Data requirements, like Storage and Analysis. It can derive insights using SparkSQL, provide active connections to visualization tools such as Power BI, Qlikview, and Tableau, and build Predictive Models using SparkML. Databricks also can create interactive displays, text, and code tangibly. Databricks is an alternative to the MapReduce system. Databricks is integrated with Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud Platform, making it easy for businesses to manage a colossal amount of data and carry out Machine Learning tasks. It deciphers the complexities of processing data for data scientists and engineers, which allows them to develop ML applications using R, Scala, Python, or SQL interfaces in Apache Spark. Organizations collect large amounts of data either in data warehouses or data lakes. According to requirements, data is often moved between them at a high frequency which is complicated, expensive, and non-collaborative. However, Databricks simplifies Big Data Analytics by incorporating a LakeHouse architecture that provides data warehousing capabilities to a data lake. As a result, it eliminates unwanted data silos created while pushing data into data lakes or multiple data warehouses. It also provides data teams with a single source of the data by leveraging LakeHouse architecture.

Data Engineering
JFrog
JFrog

[DevOps, Package Manager]

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JFrog helps development organizations of all sizes increase velocity, improve security, and deliver trusted, high quality software updates everywhere. The Enterprise subscription level gives medium/larger orgs access to the leading DevOps platform including the leading repository manager with additional support for multi-region software development and delivery. Further your security posture with advanced security and compliance features like SBOM, open-source licensing, premium vulnerability database with JFrog Xray. Experience enterprise level security and scalability capabilities required by industry leading organizations. Key Capabilities Include: - The Industry Leading Universal Binary Repository Manager, JFrog Artifactory - Any package, file, or container (Maven, npm, NuGet, PyPi, PHP, Golang, C++, Helm, Terraform, and more) - Integrates with all your tools with native integrations alongside robust API and CLI (GitHub, Gitlab, Jenkins, Sonatype, etc.) - Capture the most data about your binaries for actionable observability and driving automation (debugging, reporting, remediation, etc.) - CI/CD:Orchestrate and connect your existing pipelines as code with simple YAML - Security scanning of open source packages based on NVD (National Vulnerability Database) - Multi-region & Multi-Cloud Federated replication for higher uptime and to support teams in different geographic locations - SAML/OAuth Authentication, CNAME with SSL, IP Filtering to protect your system, Public CDN, and more - 24/7 Engineering level support

DevSecOps
Redwood
Redwood

[React, GraphQL, JavaScript, TypeScript, Jest, Babel, Webpack]

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Redwood is an opinionated, full-stack, JavaScript/TypeScript web application framework designed to keep you moving fast as your app grows from side project to startup. At the highest level, a Redwood app is a React frontend that talks to a custom GraphQL API. The API uses Prisma to operate on a database. Out of the box you get tightly integrated testing with Jest, logging with Pino, and a UI component catalog with Storybook. Setting up authentication (like Auth0) or CSS frameworks (like Tailwind CSS) are a single command line invocation away. And to top it off, Redwood's architecture allows you to deploy to either serverless providers (e.g. Netlify, Vercel) or traditional server and container providers (e.g. AWS, Render) with nearly no code changes between the two! By making a lot of decisions for you, Redwood lets you get to work on what makes your application special, instead of wasting cycles choosing and re-choosing various technologies and configurations. Plus, because Redwood is a proper framework, you benefit from continued performance and feature upgrades over time and with minimum effort. Redwood is the latest open source project initiated by Tom Preston-Werner, cofounder of GitHub (most popular code host on the planet), creator of Jekyll (one of the first and most popular static site generators), creator of Gravatar (the most popular avatar service on the planet), author of the Semantic Versioning specification (powers the Node packaging ecosystem), and inventor of TOML (an obvious, minimal configuration language used by many projects).

Frontend Engineering
CloudHealth
CloudHealth

[Cloud Monitoring]

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The CloudHealth Partner Platform is the most trusted cloud service management platform, providing business intelligence across multi-cloud environments. The CloudHealth platform acts as a single pane of glass to improve efficiency and governance of diverse ecosystems: - Migration Planning: Assess and model workloads for migration to the cloud of their choice. Get the total cost of ownership (TCO) for assets that are candidates for cloud migration. - Cost Management: Report on public cloud, private cloud and data center costs by cost center or line of business. Simplify budget tracking, reallocate charges to the appropriate business group, monitor increases in spend and find opportunities to lower cloud bills. - Rightsizing: Analyze usage and performance to ensure the right infrastructure to support workloads is available and get actionable recommendations for rightsizing under- or over-utilized infrastructure. - Reserved Instance (RI) Management: Manage the full lifecycle of RIs, from purchases, amortization and optimization, to modifications and automated policies, and be confident in the RI purchases they make and save time on the analysis. - Container Reporting: Get long-term, trended visibility into container resource utilization by service and team and identify opportunities for optimization. CloudHealth supports leading orchestrators including Kubernetes, Mesos, Amazon ECS and Amazon EKS. - Governance and Automation: Establish guardrails for the environment and create custom policies that automate daily cloud operations, speed decision making and reduce risk. - Security Compliance: Set up alerts for non-compliant accounts and assets to stay one step ahead of security issues and remediate violations with recommended actions and access to best practice documentation.

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