Container? What is a container? were developed long before anyone knew what a container was. So, what to do when you are a second generation solution provider? You can pretend that a container is just a miniature server.
Which means you’ll have to manually install each container with the right agent, edit images, and install and configure plug-ins. Only containers aren’t mini-servers – their main purpose is to make things simpler and faster. But it is simply impossible with outdated monitoring tools.
It just doesn’t work in the cloud!With the enterprise cloud, everything is agile, innovative and time-to-market. DevOps teams deploy containers and microservices that run on hybrid and multi-cloud environments that should be scalable and reliable. But second generation monitoring is simply not designed for this world, and it won’t work there.
If you recognize yourself in one or more of these signals, it may be time to consider a new monitoring solution, which is adapted to today’s complex environments and gives you the visibility and intelligence you need to truly optimize your your performance.
EHealth (also called digital health, or digital health in Italian) consists in the use of information and telecommunication technologies (ICT, for short) for the benefit of human health, according to the definition of the World Health Organization (WHO), i.e. ‘World Health Organization (WHO).
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According to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the term “e-health” includes all the information and communication technologies (ICT) necessary to make the health system work.
eHealth e-health for the ITUThese definitions are very generic and somewhat abstract because they apply to a term that the English call “umbrella term”, that is, of very broad significance.
In practice, however, they correspond to a very concrete and rapidly growing technological sector in which the effective and targeted application of technological innovation for the benefit of human health is exploited to generate numerous important benefits in terms of new life-saving solutions, or aids. customized to significantly improve people’s quality of life (improving their health, fitness, mental well-being, safety, etc.).
In this blog we present many examples of life-saving technologies and solutions for the prevention of serious conditions (such as our series of articles on atrial fibrillation and asthma).
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For a concrete example of a life-saving technological solution, think of the geolocation used to quickly and accurately identify an emergency situation that requires the intervention of the 112 rescuers, as explained in this video:This type of very precise rescue intervention would not be possible without the availability of satellite tracking systems and map-based apps that run on smartphones.
Other eHealth technologies that can be useful to everyone and prove to be lifesavers are the emergency assistance features of smartphones, such as the Apple iOS Emergency SOS and the Android ELS.