A Kubernetes object is a component of the Kubernetes system that represents the current state of your cluster in the Kubernetes API. These objects are typically viewed as a "record of intent," as their creation signals to the Kubernetes control plane the desired state of a particular aspect of your workload. Once created, the Kubernetes control plane continually works to ensure that the object is accurately represented in the current state of the cluster. In essence, by defining a Kubernetes object, you are specifying the desired state of that particular component of your cluster's workload.
Objektdatenbanken werden seit vielen Jahren eingesetzt und sind eng mit objektorientierten Programmiersprachen integriert. Sie sind auch in einer NoSQL-Variante verfügbar. Objektdatenbanken bieten Vorteile bei der gleichzeitigen Bearbeitung mehrerer Benutzeraktivitäten, der effizienten Navigation von Objekten und sind besonders für verteilte Architekturen geeignet. Diese Datenbanken folgen dem gleichen Modell wie objektorientierte Programmiersprachen wie C#, Java, Objective-C, Perl, Python, Ruby oder Smalltalk, unter anderem.
Offering Management Process
The offering management process refers to the structured and strategic approach taken by organizations to develop, launch, and manage their products or services in the market. It involves activities such as market research, product planning, pricing, positioning, go-to-market strategies, and ongoing product lifecycle management. The offering management process aims to ensure that products or services meet customer needs, achieve business objectives, and stay competitive in the market.
The principle of offloading is to route data streams via fixed-network infrastructures instead of via mobile communications facilities. The aim of this is to avoid bottlenecks in mobile data transmission by using higher bandwidths of fixed-network connections.
On Board Unit
On-Board-Units (OBU) are intelligent functional units integrated into motor vehicles. Their primary purpose is to automatically detect and process toll charges for distances covered during journeys. However, OBUs have versatile applications beyond this scope. They can be utilized for navigation, route planning, as well as for recording and storing vehicle diagnostic and emergency data. Moreover, OBUs facilitate seamless communication protocols, including Car-to-Car Communication (C2C), Car-to-Roadside Communication (C2R), and Car-to-Infrastructure Communication (C2I). In these setups, the On-Board-Unit establishes communication with the Roadside Units (RSU).
On-Premise, also known as on-prem or on-premises, refers to the deployment and hosting of software or IT infrastructure within an organization's own physical premises or data centers. In this model, organizations are responsible for the acquisition, installation, maintenance, and management of the software or infrastructure, including hardware, servers, and networking equipment. On-Premise solutions offer organizations greater control and customization but require higher upfront costs and ongoing
Online Analytic Processing
Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) is a computing technique that allows users to effortlessly extract and query data, facilitating analysis from various perspectives. OLAP queries in business intelligence are frequently utilized for trend analysis, financial reporting, sales forecasting, budgeting, and other planning endeavors.
Online Self Assessments
Online Self Assessments are tests for orientation in the choice of a course of study, which are carried out via the Internet. Prospective students can use them to find out for themselves whether their interests, abilities, expectations and ideas match the requirements and circumstances of a course of study. There are two types of OSA: interest and expectation tests.
Teaching and learning platforms or systems support time- and location-independent tutoring and mentoring of teachers and learners via the Internet.
A knowledge base is comprised of an ontology and a collection of individual instances belonging to various classes.
The organization responsible for establishing the standardization of OPC UA.
Open Data refers to the practice of publicly releasing and making available standardized data that is freely accessible to everyone. This is an open data approach that aims to facilitate and promote access to and use of information.
Open Database Connectivity
Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) is a standardized database interface that employs SQL as its language for interacting with databases. It provides developers with a programming interface (API) that allows them to create applications with a certain level of independence from the specific database management system (DBMS) being used, as long as there is an available ODBC driver for that system.
Open Document Format
Various application programs implement open file formats for storing office documents, some of which are described by international standards.
Open Educational Resources
Open Educational Resources (OER) include free educational content, research resources, software and licenses available on the Internet. The creation and dissemination of this content is based on new processes and methods that also use Web 2.0 services.
Open government refers to the efforts of politicians and public administrators to make targeted use of modern information and communication technologies in order to create new forms of transparency, participation and cooperation between various social actors.
Open Office XML
The Open Office XML open standard uses XML-based file formats to store office documents. This standard facilitates the exchange of data and files between different office application packages.
Open Source Software
The Open Source Initiative (OSI) has defined criteria that must be met by software to be considered open source. This concept allows programs to be published together with their source code and to be viewed and modified by anyone.
OpenStack is an open-source, no-cost cloud computing platform that follows standard practices. Its main application is in the form of infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS).
Operational Data Store
The operational data store (ODS) is a database utilized as an interim logical space within a data warehouse framework. Its primary purpose is to consolidate data from various sources, enabling efficient processing for operational reporting and real-time analysis tasks.
Operational efficiency refers to the ability of an organization to optimize its operations and resources in order to achieve maximum productivity and cost-effectiveness. It involves streamlining processes, eliminating wasteful activities, improving workflow, and leveraging technology and automation to enhance efficiency. Operational efficiency aims to minimize resource utilization, reduce errors and delays, and deliver products or services in a timely and efficient manner.
Operating expenses relate to the current costs incurred for functioning business operations. In contrast, capital expenditures are made for long-term fixed assets. OPEX therefore includes expenses such as raw materials, supplies, personnel, leasing and energy. These costs are recognized in full in the balance sheet.
Operational information system
The sum of internal and external information links regulated within and outside a company, as well as the technical and organizational infrastructure for obtaining and processing information.
The Operator pattern is a design approach that connects one or more custom resources to a Controller. With Kubernetes, you can expand the built-in controllers by introducing new ones to your cluster. An instance of the Operator pattern is when a running application functions as a controller and has API access to perform actions against a custom resource that has been defined in the control plane. By doing so, the Operator pattern can automate complex, application-specific tasks within the Kubernetes environment.
Explicitly expressing disagreement; typically, a customer refuses to allow the use of his/her data for specific purposes. Note: In Germany, the corresponding law is § 15 III, 2 TMG.
Automated configuration, management, and coordination of computer systems, applications, and services encompass orchestration. By facilitating the handling of complex tasks and workflows, orchestration proves beneficial to IT in enhancing operational ease.
Organization and Management Theory
Organization and management theory is a field of study that explores the principles, concepts, and frameworks related to how organizations are structured, managed, and operated. It examines various aspects such as organizational structure, decision-making, leadership, motivation, communication, and organizational behavior. Organization and management theory provides insights into effective management practices, organizational design, and strategies for achieving organizational goals.
The OSGi Alliance provides specifications for device, sensor, and actuator interoperability, enabling remote management of endpoints and their applications. These specifications encompass a modular, dynamic execution environment that can integrate various communication protocols and applications through APIs. Additionally, there are specifications for cloud PaaS and a development environment for creating modular apps based on OSGi. These specifications have been widely implemented in product developments across various industries, including enterprise, smart home, telematics, and AAL (ambient assisted living). The OSGi Alliance collaborates with other industry stakeholders and serves as the foundation for HGI SWEX and is considered in the European Commission's SMART 2013/0077 study. An expandable IoT demo showcases the necessary end-to-end connectivity required in M2M (machine-to-machine) scenarios.
Outgoing Traffic (in GB)
Maximum amount of data that can be transferred to a Consumer residing on a different cloud provider / location, before additional costs are incurred.
Outsourcing involves delegating business tasks and structures to external organizations. In the realm of cloud computing, the term commonly refers to the externalization of IT processes and infrastructures, such as data centers or the utilization of business software.