INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGY(IT) Google announced recently part of its strategy to eventually overtake Amazon. The strategy has many facets and much is not disclosed yet but I believe the goal is achievable for many organizations. Of course you still have to build your applications. I am not talking about the part of IT related to building […]Read More Google’s goal of IT-less businesses
Over the last 5 years we have seen a transformation in the way Open Source is viewed in Enterprises that is significant. 1. Open source underwent a massive increase over the last 5 years with the help of organizations such as Google, Twitter, Facebook, Netflix and many others. The number of new projects continues […]Read More Why Open Source has changed from the cheapest software to the best software
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.
(Amplituhedron allows us to compute Quantum probabilities orders of magnitude faster than ever before) APIs and Component as a Service – The dream achieved Today, 10,000,000,000,000,000 API Calls/month are made in the cloud approximately. This is a tremendous change in the way software is built. We have achieved partly the dream of reusable software in […]Read More API Centric, APIs taking over, Component as a Service. Reusable components and services.
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
Recently I gave a talk on helping to select PaaS from among the many PaaS out there and understanding the taxonomy of PaaS or simply how to categorize them to put them in useful buckets. One person at the talk asked about use cases for PaaS. I realized I haven’t blogged about the most […]Read More 9 Use Cases for PaaS – Why and How