An Examination of the risks of building your enterprise stack This article refers to the kinds of risks CIO's need to look at, CTO's and others who have a concern for the long term issues associated with using any technology. These are risks Enterprises normally assess as part of technology adoption processes and PMO processes. […]Read More An Examination of the Enterprise risks of building your Cloud stack
This is a continuation of the series on the Disruptive Megatrends for 2015 Series 12. Perceptive APIs / Cognitive Technologies / DeepAI – smart technologies become more and more important to differentiate I strongly believe rapid adoption of Deep Learning technologies and more adoption of various AI sub-disciplines will show dramatic growth in 2015. […]Read More Breakout MegaTrends that will explode in 2015, Continuation Perceptive APIs, Cognitive Technologies, Deep Learning, Convolutional Neural Networks
This year has been a breakout year for a number of key technology trends, part 2 CIO Priorities 9. CIO priorities will shift from cost abatement to “digitization” 2013 and 2014 were for most large organizations an experimental period with the cloud and many new technologies. One of the biggest movements that many CXO’s […]Read More Breakout MegaTrends that will explode in 2015, part 2 CIO Priorities
Over the last couple years the logic of using API Management service or software has become more and more compelling. I would say that API Management continues to be the hottest technology trend in the market today and is having a tremendous impact on every aspect of technology development. Lots of Organizations already have had […]Read More 7 Reasons to get API Management, 7 Features to look for in API Management and 7 Advanced Features you may need
VS Harvard Business Review, normally a very interesting and thought provoking site published this article with the provocative title: Build an Innovation Engine in 90 Days In the article they specify a concrete plan that reads like the biggest waterfall approach to innovation I have read in a while. If there is something […]Read More How to become an innovative company?
Conventional vs NoSQL Conventional RDB’s require a lot of maintenance, significant overhead in operating but mainly the biggest problem is that specifying static schema for data is incredibly time-consuming, error-prone, changing frequently it is just so 2000s pre-agile way of operating. Today people want to collect data and decide later what fields to put in, […]Read More RDBs (Relational Databases) are too hard. NoSQL is the future for most data.
I could talk about each of these components in isolation, for instance, Mobile and talk about the growth of it and changes it is fostering but you wouldn’t get the big picture. The change we are seeing can only be understood by considering all these components together. They each affect each other and the widespread […]Read More The Virtuous Circle is key to understanding how the world is changing – Mobile, Social, Cloud, Open Source, APIs, DevOps
Check out my Presentation I gave last night in Santa Clara to the Silicon Valley Cloud Computing Group. A fantastic event with lots of people in attendance, interactive audience. Here is the link to the slideshare: Please Check it out, especially the joke on page 23. This is a followon to my blog on this […]Read More Understanding the taxonomy and complexity of PaaS
History (in other words you can skip this part :)) When I created publish / subscribe at TIBCO we used to think of putting everything “on the bus.” The “bus” idea referred to a hardware bus. If you know how hardware works information flows between devices in a computer on a set of wires called a […]Read More Put it in the Store – The new paradigm of enterprise social asset sharing and reuse: Just put it in the store.