Articles from 2018

The Test Maturity Model Integration (TMMi)

Sysco Labs 13 March 2018

Quality – the constant battle to deliver products fast, yet uphold a high level of quality. Engineers have been engaged in this battle since the beginning, and the way they’d reconciled the dilemma was to introduce development process improvements. But this meant there was lesser focus on the testing standard itself. To counter this limitation,

The Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin is Changing Money, Business and the World

Sysco LABS 27 February 2018

The year: 2018, the technology: Blockchain. This revolutionary technology is changing the way that humans have transacted since the beginning of time, disrupting established norms like buying, selling and borrowing and breaking down barriers which restrict and threaten the freedom of trade.   Today, humans still rely heavily on large intermediaries of centralized institutions such as banks, governments, big social media agencies and credit card

Delivering Fast with AWS

Sysco LABS 19 February 2018

This method of Software Development has taken off over the last decade, with practices such as delivering working prototypes and incremental releases being the norm now. The term “You snooze, you lose” has never been truer in the IT industry. If you look at most high performing IT companies, you’ll notice that they deploy releases

Distributed Computing

Sysco LABS 12 February 2018

Malinga Perera from the Sysco LABS Data and Analytics team talks about Distributed Computing including ETL Frameworks and Apache Storm as an ETL Tool. Watch full video, below:  

Cyber Security and Cloud Computing

Sysco LABS 12 February 2018

In this Innovation Session, Keet Sugathadasa delves deep into cyber security and talks in detail about security best practices, analyzing and breaking encryption schemes, hacking and how it plays out within the Sri Lankan legal system. Watch full video below:    

How Data Can Improve Your Support

Sysco LABS 7 February 2018

Our operations engineering team handles the development of tools such as Pulse Assist, to help our support teams perform to their maximum potential. They’re working on some cool new features such as being able to analyse information from support calls and past issues, making smarter suggestions as to the potential causes of problems, and providing

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