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?
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
Disruption and Reuse It is my contention that 90% of costs are being eliminated from the traditional software development process and the time to market reduced dramatically by leveraging the reuse capable today via open source, APIs, fast deployment and resource sharing with PaaS. The cost of Enterprise Software was magnified by an order of […]Read More The technology “disruption” occurring in today’s business world is driven by open source and APIs and a new paradigm of enterprise collaboration
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.
This is a story of 2 successful technologies which presages what I believe is a new important innovation. It started with Apple It all started about 15 years ago Apple introduced the iPhone…. It seems like this anyway. The date was actually in 2007, a mere 6 years ago + a few months. Since […]Read More The Enterprise Store – App, API, Mobile
What is software development like today? A complaint I heard from a CIO recently was that when talking to the high flying technologists at his firm he said: “they talked in strange names, Kafka this, docker that. Names of open source projects, APIs and languages that make him wonder if these people can program or just […]Read More Software Development today, Cool APIs, Open Source, Scala, Ruby, Chef, Puppet, IntelliJ, Storm, Kafka
A number of analyst firms and pundits have declared a list of the megatrends. For examples you can see my blogs: IDC Emerging Trends and Gartner Top Megatrends I have my own list of what I call “disruptive” technologies and trends. This comes from talking to people, observing what companies are doing and what […]Read More Disruptive Forces : Disruptive Megatrends
CIO’s are being asked more and more to consider being a profit center or at least to reuse the assets they have to reduce costs. They are also being asked to be more agile and to deliver products faster. Some CIOs are being asked to be more entrepreneurial, to facilitate people trying new […]Read More CIO: Enterprise Refactoring and Technology Renewal: How do you become a profit center to the Enterprise?