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
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.
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
We are at O’Reilly’s BigData Conference Strata in Santa Clara. The halls are bustling. Bigdata is doing well. The WSO2 theme for the show is “NSA for you.” This has attracted a lot of attention. Most people seem to like the reference to the NSA’s recent notoriety. One person came by the booth […]Read More BigData All the time NSA for you
As an enterprise architect we are faced with construction solutions for our companies that must be implemented quickly but need to scale to almost arbitrary capacity quickly when demand materializes and must stand the test of time because it is almost impossible to rebuild enterprise applications once they are successful and in production. There are […]Read More Componentized Composable Platform (Enterprise Quality Lincoln Logs)
. Some might think open source has just been getting lucky. A few suddenly successful products like Hadoop, RedHat, OpenStack and everybody is going crazy. Come on people it’s just a lucky break for open source. Soon enough everyone will realize that this stuff doesn’t scale, can’t be supported, is a JOKE! […]Read More Open Source is just getting started, you have to adopt or die
THE LANDSCAPE OF PAAS Where to start? I was at a Cisco meeting a few days ago. One of the Cisco people proceeded to talk about plans for SDN. It’s not important to know what SDN is but in the process he went on one of the most impressive diatribes of acronyms I’ve […]Read More The Landscape of PaaS