We are excited to announce the release of Akamas 1.9! We have included a lot of great features, focusing on improving user experience and providing even greater optimization wins for our users.
Here is the winner of the Touch Less, Do More Challeng. We called our community to build solutions based on Arduino Nano or MKR boards to enforce social distancing or enable touch-free technologies.
On August 31st, we presented the integration between Akamas and Dynatrace during the Performance Clinic webinar. This time we went a little more in-depth regarding the technical part, and there was also a demo.
Easy for beginners, fast for professionals! The next phase of Arduino’s cloud platform enables everyone to breathe digital life into everyday things.
In this article, you can discover all the new features and improvements that we released with the 1.8 version.
What is the current state of the performance optimization industry? What about testing software? What can we expect from the future? These are some of the questions that we’ve asked Stefano Doni, CTO of Akamas, and Scott Moore, President of
How do you know if your user experience personalization strategy is working? How do you measure the effectiveness of content recommendations?
Discover the significant improvements, including fixing the crash on Mac OS X with multiple monitor setups and resolving the recent package_index.json issue without other user intervention.
Go announced that it was making 10,000 hours of TV programming and premium Video-On-Demand content available to all Malta citizens, including non-GO customers, through its TV app, available on Android, IoS and desktop.
The ACM computing conference accepts an Akamas research paper introducing a novel approach to autonomous performance tuning.