A Futuristic Bet365
Reading the news these days is depressing, especially in relation to the
employment downturn. But ComputerWeek UK, an information technology publication,
recently published an article citing a plan for Bet365, an online casino and
wagering group, to expand its number of staff to accommodate the increasing
number of clients of their website, mounting transactions and growing website
traffic. According to Martin Davies, Bet365ís Chief Technical Officer, he is
intending to recruit a fresh team of specialists to develop software and design
a network architecture that will enable the company to join the ranks of online
casinos and wagering firms that have more efficient and futuristic IT platforms.
Davies added that this new team will have special functions and will work
separately. Their aim is to develop only the future of Bet365 toward what the
future will be for the online casino industry. The exiting team of IT personnel,
however, will keep the present system of the online casinos and wagering
operates smoothly. Davies said that he and his firm are looking for
personalities with open minds who can join them in their operation and new
direction. They are looking for somebody who is not limited to only one type of
software, and who can solve a problem distinct from Bet365ís distinct processes.
For the ambition of Davies, the problem seems to be on how to make software that
will be able to run more efficiently in less time on a hardware that has maximum
power to process. Currently, with 160 CPU cores, the software is not able to run
fast because of the number of CPU. Davis wants to change how the software is
written in order for their online casinos to be efficient and swift.