Greguti http://greguti.com/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 01:44:26 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://greguti.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Greguti http://greguti.com/ 32 32 Azul Helps Filipino Customers Run Java Applications Efficiently – Manila Bulletin https://greguti.com/azul-helps-filipino-customers-run-java-applications-efficiently-manila-bulletin/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 01:44:26 +0000 https://greguti.com/azul-helps-filipino-customers-run-java-applications-efficiently-manila-bulletin/

One of the reasons why some companies are still determined to adopt cloud technologies for their operations is the cost. Businesses are compelled to use the cloud for its agility, scalability, and resilience. However, those who fail to control cloud costs are under severe pressure on margins, which by some estimates weigh more than $1 trillion in market capitalization.

At a recent press conference in Pasay City, Azul, the only 100% Java-focused company, shared its insights on how it can help Filipino customers reduce their cloud costs by up to 50% with to their flagship Platform Prime, the best in the world. Java runtime for cloud workloads. Azul is currently headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA.

“The challenges that Azul solves are global; everyone is grappling with cloud costs and organizations are growing tired of paying high prices for Oracle Java. It’s an exciting time for Java and Azul. With so many innovations underway and a customer base that includes brands such as LG, Mastercard, Salesforce and BMW, this was an opportunity I simply couldn’t pass up and I’m thrilled to join the incredible team at Azul. says Dean Vaughan, vice president of APAC at Azul. Vaughan’s recent appointment signals the company’s expansion throughout the Asia-Pacific region.

Vaughan joins Azul from Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, following its acquisition of Silver Peak where he served as vice president, APAC. At Silver Peak, he spearheaded the company’s rapid growth throughout APAC; previously, he led Oracle’s high-growth global Oracle Linux and Virtualization business unit.

Help customers run Java efficiently

Azul has a 20 year history of Java leadership and is the largest independent Java vendor. The company supports more versions of Java than any other company, even more than Oracle. Azul Platform Core provides a supported, secure, compatible, and compliant Java runtime environment for up to 70% less cost than Oracle.

For businesses, Java remains the programming language of choice for processing big data and payments – some of the most complex tasks that require advanced applications. Azul Platform Prime transforms the economics of deploying these applications in the cloud to reduce costs and enable competitive advantage.

Millions of Java developers, hundreds of millions of devices, and the world’s most reputable enterprises trust Azul to power their applications with exceptional capabilities, performance, security, value, and success.

Vaughan also shared his interest in working with Philippines-based user and open source groups to raise awareness that companies and enterprises have a more cost-effective option to run and maintain their Java applications in the cloud with Azul.

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How to Install Non-Google Play Store Apps on Chromebook https://greguti.com/how-to-install-non-google-play-store-apps-on-chromebook/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 18:44:02 +0000 https://greguti.com/how-to-install-non-google-play-store-apps-on-chromebook/

In this article we will try to teach you how to Install Non-Google Play Store Apps on Chromebook. Chromebooks are taking the computing market by storm. They’ve managed to carve out their own market in the portable computing space, catering to the massive demand for traditional laptops as well as good tablets like iPads. At this point, these machines are in demand, and many people are opting for a Chrome OS laptop over an affordable Windows laptop. The need for a traditional computer is no longer urgent. Phones and tablets are often more than enough for casual users. Chrome OS computers offer larger screens and a proper keyboard while remaining portable and lightweight

Google Play Store is a platform. It is Google’s platform to offer various digital content to its consumers. Contrary to what some might think, the Google Play Store is not just an app store, not at all. You can find all kinds of content here. In the Google Play Store, you’ll find music, movies, books, and games in addition to your regular Android apps. Below we have mentioned the steps to install non-Google Play Store apps on Chromebook

How to Run Non-Google Play Store Apps on Chromebook

For side loading applications we have two options.

linux

It is necessary that Linux (beta) is installed on your Chromebook.

Install

Step 1: Now go to your Linux settings and select the “Develop Android apps” tab.

2nd step: Enable ADB debugging. You will be asked to “Restart and continue”. Click the button and wait for the reboot.

Step 3: After restarting, Chrome OS will ask you if you really want to enable ADB debugging. To confirm.

Step 4: On the login screen, your Chromebook will notify you that some non-Play Store apps may be installed.

Step 5: After logging back in, download the APK you want to install and simply rename it.

Step 6: After renaming the .apk, we then move it into our Linux files.

Terminal time

Step 1: Now open your Linux terminal and type:

sudo apt install adb

2nd step: -Press Enter when prompted.-

Step 3: Now add :

adb connection arc

Step 4: A pop-up window will ask if we want to allow USB debugging. Check the box and select OK.

Step 5: Back at the terminal, it’s time to install our app.

ARM processor

Type this command.

adb install .apk

Intel or AMD processor

Step 1: This command should work for you.

adb -s emulator-5554 install .apk

2nd step: If you don’t add the emulator part, Linux will give you an error: “more than one device/emulator”.

Step 3: The terminal will tell you if you were successful. Check your launcher for the new app.

Developer mode

ON A CHROME OS/2-IN-1 LAPTOP

Step 1: Enter developer mode by clicking Esc, Refresh and Power at the same time.

2nd step: When you get to the USB recovery screen, click Ctrl + D.

ON a Chrome OS tablet

Since they don’t have a built-in keyboard, you have to follow a different set of instructions. XDA Developers has a great guide for this.

Install

Step 1: Wait a few moments, then you will be told that the system is preparing for developer mode. This may take a while, so feel free to leave it alone.

2nd step: On this HP x360 it took me about 5 minutes to reset.

Step 3: Log back into your Google account. Your system will install everything you saved, as if you were in safe mode.

Step 4: Now you can download any .apk you want and install it with right click.

Last words

We hope our article on how to download non-Google Play Store apps on Chromebook helps you and solves all your problems. Non-Google Play apps are those which are not available on Play Store and they are also not endorsed by Google like some web browsers and other Android apps, but if you want to download non-Google Play Store apps on Chromebook, follow the steps mentioned. above.

Hope you understand this article, How to Install Non-Google Play Store Apps on Chromebook.

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DailyPay Announces Fee-Free Earned Salary Access Option https://greguti.com/dailypay-announces-fee-free-earned-salary-access-option/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://greguti.com/dailypay-announces-fee-free-earned-salary-access-option/

NEW YORK, September 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Continuing its mission to create a new financial system that works for everyone, DailyPay announces a new no-fee transfer option (1-3 business days). Millions of American workers nationwide will now have a no-cost transfer option so they can pay bills, spend, save, or invest at their own pace. This announcement comes after the recent introduction of DailyPay Friday by DailyPay™, a general purpose reloadable app and card that allows DailyPay users access to instant EWA for free if they upgrade their direct deposit to Friday.

In partnership with major U.S. employers, DailyPay works with businesses to bring financial tools to their workforce by providing employees, many of whom are often unbanked or underbanked, with access to Pay Balance, payment at demand and a much-needed financial lifeline and cash flow. the solution. This service has provided much-needed financial support to workers during the pandemic and may be particularly relevant in providing financial flexibility to so many struggling with high inflation. In fact, 75% of hourly workers have struggled to pay their expenses this year, according to a recent Harris Poll commissioned by DailyPay and Funding Our Future. DailyPay will be rolling out its new one to three business day fee-free transfer option to its user base over the coming weeks.

“It’s all about choice and access,” said Matthew Koko, Vice President, Public Policy, DailyPay. “Our users now have the option of paying a small ATM-like fee for an immediate transfer or a no-fee option for a transfer within one to three business days. We have also recently rolled out Friday, a new reloadable general purpose (GPR) prepaid card and app, which allow users to instantly receive transfers at no cost. These measures align with our mission to provide millions of Americans with access to their paychecks and the ability to take control of their finances on their own schedule.”

Using on-demand pay can provide workers with a more optimal way to make ends meet. A study by the Aite-Novarica Group commissioned by DailyPay shows that workers who previously depended on payday loans, overdraft fees, borrowing from friends and late fees can save several hundred dollars a year in reduced interest on loans, overdraft fees and late fees when using DailyPay.

The study also reveals that 95% of DailyPay users who previously relied on payday loans either stopped using payday loans or reduced their usage after DailyPay. Additionally, 97% of those who said they had overdrafted their bank account before using DailyPay said they rarely or never incurred overdraft fees (79%) or less overdraft fees (18%) after using DailyPay. Reducing the need to rely on payday loans, payday advances, or personal loans from family and friends allows workers to improve their credit, accumulate savings, and feel more financially capable and independent. New research in 2022 by the Mercator Advisory Group confirmed similar results on the financial well-being of workers.

About Daily Pay

DailyPay, Inc., powered by its cutting-edge technology platform, is on a mission to create a new financial system for everyone. DailyPay offers the industry-leading on-demand payment solution with modern, insight-driven compensation strategies that help leading U.S. employers activate their workforces and build stronger relationships with their employees so that they feel more engaged, work harder and stay longer. With its vast data network, proprietary funding model and connections to over 6,000 banking system endpoints, DailyPay ensures that money is always in the right place at the right time for employers, merchants and financial institutions. DailyPay is headquartered in New York Citywith operations based in Minneapolis and Belfast. For more information, visit www.dailypay.com/press.

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Kerala Prepares to Celebrate Software Freedom Day on September 25 https://greguti.com/kerala-prepares-to-celebrate-software-freedom-day-on-september-25/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 07:15:59 +0000 https://greguti.com/kerala-prepares-to-celebrate-software-freedom-day-on-september-25/

Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 21 (IANS): Kerala is gearing up to celebrate Software Freedom Day on September 25 by simultaneously holding technical courses based on FOSS (free software) in each of the 14 districts.

The program will be a joint venture of Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE) of the Department of General Education and the Democratic Alliance for Freedom of Knowledge (DAKF).

The KITE-Victers channel was the backbone during the pandemic period when for two years they ran the offline and online classroom sessions that provided major relief to public schools.

K.Anvar Sadath, CEO of KITE, said on September 25 that each of the 14 districts will respond to a different FOSS theme for the class.

“On this day, FOSS-based training programs will be conducted in all 14 KITE District Offices. It will be a unique achievement that each of the 14 KITE District Offices hosts different themes for the training programs,” said said Sadath.

The different themes include Kasaragod (Wikimedia Commons and Wikipedia), Kannur (Scribus- DTP), Wayanad (OpenStreetMap), Kozhikode (ExpEyes- Open hardware), Malappuram ( GNUKhata- Accounting), Palakkad ( GeoGebra and Maths), Thrissur (Kdenlive- Video Editing), Ernakulam (Scratch – Visual Programming), Idukki (Opentoonz -Animation), Kottayam (IoT and Robotics), Alappuzha (App Inventor – Mobile Application Development), Pathanamthitta (Blender – 3D Animation), Kollam (Python – Programming), Thiruvananthapuram (Krita-Graphics).

“Those who wish to participate in the training programs at KITE District Offices can register freely from today on the website Akite.kerala.gv.in/SFDay2022. The public can also view all 14 classes on the portal, which was inaugurated by Minister of Education V. Sivankutty at the KITE Victers studio, here on Wednesday,” Sadath added.

Besides, there will be public awareness programs also on Free Software in all KITE district offices on the same day.

As part of this, Install Fests would also be held in all districts, where the latest version of KITE GNU Linux 20.04 would be freely installed for the public.

As a prelude to the Software Freedom Day celebrations, specific training programs based on free software will be broadcast on the KITE Victers channel from September 22 to 24.

]]> AMD unveils chips for the next wave of cheap, lightweight laptops https://greguti.com/amd-unveils-chips-for-the-next-wave-of-cheap-lightweight-laptops/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 13:00:20 +0000 https://greguti.com/amd-unveils-chips-for-the-next-wave-of-cheap-lightweight-laptops/

AMD calls them “everyday mobile” laptops, but another way to look at them is their budget and budget – lightweight, low-power laptops that are always in high demand. In the cycle of processor releases, the chips powering these systems are usually the first of all generations to debut, bearing next-gen names on last-gen technologies.

In this case, the Ryzen 5 7250U, Ryzen 3 7320U, and Athlon Gold 7220U bring notable upgrades to laptop buyers around under $800 (about £700, AU$1,200), including integrated graphics. Current-gen RDNA 2 (Radeon 610M) for more responsive screen rendering and passable gaming at 720p, up to 12 hours of battery life, and better support for Windows 11 features to improve web conferencing, security, and power management.

New laptops with 7020U-series chips should start shipping by the end of the year, and AMD is highlighting the Lenovo Ideapad 1, HP 17, and Acer Aspire 3 as models you can expect to integrate them at that time.

7020U processors use AMD’s recently revised naming convention, which provides better transparency on processor class; the name includes the advertised year, market segment, architecture, class within market segment, and target power consumption (which usually dictates size and weight).

AMD's chart outlining its processor naming convention for 2023 to 2025.

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Although not based on state-of-the-art architectures, the new processors are produced using a 6nm process and support LPDDR5 memory. The smaller process automatically confers performance improvements and the LPDDR5 memory is faster than previous generations. They also add support for BGA NVMe SSD, a cheaper, more compact, and more power-efficient form of solid-state storage than traditional slotted SSD (and still faster than non-SSD media), making should increase capabilities, especially in Chromebook, possible. This means potentially much faster app launch.

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Vega Review | Tech Radar https://greguti.com/vega-review-tech-radar/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 07:08:36 +0000 https://greguti.com/vega-review-tech-radar/

Vega is a free and open source web security scanner (opens in a new tab) written in Java and created to help cybersecurity professionals find and fix various web vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), shell injection, remote file inclusion (RFI), disclosure of sensitive information, and much more. Vega can also be used to probe TLS/SSL security settings and identify opportunities for hardening TLS/SSL server security.

The security company behind this web scanner is Subgraph and it was established in 2010 in Montreal (Quebec, Canada) where it is still going strong. In addition to Vega, the company has created the Subgraph operating system (OS) and a Tor Orchid client, and offers other application security services such as penetration testing, code review, and development training. Secure Web.