The Ice and Fire Node.js SDK by Alex Webb interacts with An API of Ice and Fire and its respective data associated to the HBO series Game of Thrones. Resources include installation and methods. Example demonstrates how to access books, characters, and media type.
With the formal launch this week of the SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud a new era of in-memory computing is about to become a lot more accessible. According to Professor Hasso Plattner, chairman of the SAP supervisory board, HANA in the cloud will give IT organizations access to a platform that essentially eliminates the need for batch processing in favor of a model where all applications are run in real time.
The Open Library is a project of the non-profit Internet Archive, whose long-term goal is to present "one web page for every book ever published." A recent release of the Open Library brought the total number of book records to over 13.4 million (including over 234,000 records with full-text for the book).
Yesterday at the 2013 AWS re:Invent Conference, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced Amazon Kinesis, a fully managed service designed to handle real-time streaming and high-volume data processing at any scale. The announcement comes on the heels of the launch of CloudTrail, a new web service that records API calls made to AWS accounts and then provides log files via Amazon's S3 bucket.