In the article Serverless functions and SAS Viya - a good match I discussed using serverless functions to deliver SAS Viya applications. Ignoring all the buzz words, a serverless function boils down to a set of REST APIs. So, if you tried the example you are now a REST API
Also celebrating is your bank's branch manager. She was skeptical when headquarters analysts equipped branches for "Cloud-based application using SAS" , saying it would speed up loan applications. But your quick, frictionless transaction proved them right.The bank's accountants are happy too. The new pay-as-you-go mode of using SAS software in
Hackathons - short-term programming events using data, APIs and analytics to solve real-world problems are great for team-building, recruitment, networking and experimenting. But there is a growing sense that they are also contributing to banking innovation. Here are my observations on the subject. Hackathons are a relatively cheap way to
APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) are everywhere. We use them every day, whether we are aware of it or not. They are basically the bridges that enable one piece of software to talk to another - Uber’s app to Google Maps, for example, or Amazon’s Alexa to music-playing services or train
Application programming interfaces, otherwise known as APIs, are set to radically change the face of analytics. These little bits of code are working behind the scenes, hidden treasures that allow two pieces of code to talk to each other. This means that developers can borrow functionality from other apps.
Mention multi-tasking and you open yourself up to a standard range of jokes about the gender divide, and effective ways of working. Recent research suggests that multi-tasking is actually impossible: nobody can do several things at once effectively. But a hybrid approach — if you like, multi-tasking for organisations —
A spectre is haunting economy – the spectre of digitization. All the powers of old economy have entered into a holy alliance to exercise this spectre. But other than the communism (obviously the first two sentences are stolen from the Communist Manifesto by Marx and Engels from 1848) – this