The cloud is affecting every market sector. It offers agility and flexible cost structures. It lets business leaders quickly develop and test new products they can take to market fast and it enables them to create new models that will transform how they work.
This is a quick announcement that the Xen Project is again participating in Google Summer of Code (GSoC), a program that awards three-month paid stipends to University students to work on open source projects, with the goal to get open source experience.
In 2015, up to 10,000 refugees crossed Germany’s borders everyday with the aim of applying for asylum. The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees knew they had to process everyone discreetly, efficiently, and accurately.
Despite changes in government and a turnover in administrations, one thing remains the same: agencies are under pressure to improve citizen services while reducing costs. A key strategy to achieving this resulted in the “Cloud First” directive in 2011: a step to push agencies to the Cloud for the common good. It stated: