I took my young nephew Scott to a diner last week, and, as he reviewed the breakfast options, he had trouble finding what he wanted. The small plates were missing some of the extras he was looking forward to, while the large plates had all the extras but the portions were way too big for him. He ended up making a few compromises, and still ended up with more food than he could eat. Scott rightly wondered why ordering a smaller size breakfast meant fewer choices, when what he really wanted was big breakfast choices in a smaller portion.
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By 2014, "Blockchain 2.0" was a term referring to new applications of the distributed blockchain database.The Economistdescribed one implementation of this second-generation programmable blockchain as coming with "a programming language that allows users to write more sophisticated smart contracts, thus creating invoices that pay themselves when a shipment arrives or share certificates which automatically send their owners dividends if profits reach a certain level."
Imagine a world where predictive, automated and network-based mega-services adapt to user behavior, enabling better decision-making and enriching personal and business lives. In this world of tomorrow, network engineers will spend more time developing next-generation software than they do physically configuring routers and switches. At Juniper Networks, we call this an era of Digital Cohesion and businesses are quickly approaching this new frontier.