Get Ready for GPT-4 with GPTCache & Milvus, Save Big on Multimodal AI
Network suppliers such as Cisco have brought out products that ease network management and reduce resource requirements and costs for network managers. Software-defined networks, and, more recently, applying AI techniques to create intent-based networks, have changed network management from device and routing management to monitoring and managing performance and availability. Network automation is equally applicable to the largest multi-tier, multi-site corporate network as to the simplest single-tier, small office network. Each needs to be managed to ensure correct operation, with proper security for data and operations. Automating the management tasks can have the double benefit of reducing the resources needed and, hence, the operational costs of the network. This post from Iain Robertson on NetBox Labs’ blog explores how network automation can help in network management and how to start moving to it.
Appium Tutorial: Your Complete Intro to Mobile Testing
Appium is an open-source mobile app testing framework that automates testing for native, hybrid, and mobile web applications. It’s designed to work across multiple platforms, including Android, iOS, and Windows. Appium’s main advantage is its ability to run tests on real devices, emulators, and simulators, allowing you to ensure your app is functional and bug-free. In this post from Juan Reyes on Waldo’s blog, you can delve into the world of Appium and mobile testing.