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The big picture is building a culture of innovation. Changing our organizations so fundamentally, however, is inherently risky. Innovation requires disruption, and thus companies risk devolving into chaos as they follow the path to innovativeness. But good executives (the ones who think like agile architects, of course) realize that there is a difference between chaos and the loosely-managed, self-organizing teams that deal well with change on an ongoing basis. Yes, the behavior of such team...
It's hard to miss the world of opportunities that data collection and analysis have opened up. But how can you avoid having information overload? It takes a lot of will power, in our data obsessed world to say "too much!" However, there are many ways where too much information is destroying productivity, and actually causing bad decision making, not good. But it is hard to avoid the world of opportunities that has been opened in data collection and analysis. So how do you balance the two? The f...
One of the most common questions we get asked by customers is: “What’s the best way to log my data?” My answer is always: "log using JSON format wherever possible.” The next question we often get asked – (but not as much)… Yeah JSON, …Hmmm, what is JSON again? So JSON is: So JSON is: JavaScript Object Notation. But put simply, this is a way that data can be stored in a structured format, where each piece of data will usually have an identifier (known as a key) and a value (which can ...
Cloud computing has often been heralded as a revolutionary new technology that has not only brought down the cost of doing business but has also made it easy for aspiring entrepreneurs to launch new businesses with little overhead. Given the lower barriers to entry, it is possible for a newcomer to take on an established SaaS service with lesser effort today than it might have taken them to compete against the likes of Oracle and IBM in the earlier decades.
If the existing system does fifteen things, write down the major tasks of that system and divide them into as many verticals as necessary to describe the broad functional areas that require attention. If the replacement is intended to be a custom-developed, on-premises system, it’s perfectly reasonable for that system to be expected to accomplish most of the fifteen things in question. However, if SaaS-based solutions are being considered as replacements, keep in mind that SaaS-based solution...
The cloud is everywhere and growing, and with it SaaS has become an accepted means for software delivery. SaaS is more than just a technology, it is a thriving business model estimated to be worth around $53 billion dollars by 2015, according to IDC. The question is – how do you build and scale a profitable SaaS business model? In his session at 15th Cloud Expo, Jason Cumberland, Vice President, SaaS Solutions at Dimension Data, will give the audience an understanding of common mistakes business...

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Data is arguably the most prolific and most valuable of resources. As such, it needs to be protected both as a company asset and in keeping with data privacy laws. Data protection is most acute in healthcare, which is something of a latecomer to fast-evolving heterogeneous electronic environments in the cloud. Indeed, healthcare had to “fast forward” to meet a rush of legislation and new working methodologies. In the blink of an eye, the playing field has changed dramatically. It continues to ev...
Senior executives at large multinational enterprises are already demanding that their CIO has a plan in place to ensure that they can effectively procure public and private cloud services for their organization. In smaller companies, some IT managers are now expected to acquire the knowledge and skills to perform a similar role. Are they prepared? To find out, let's review a current IT resource assessment.
Over the past couple of days Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) has taken some hard knocks in the press. See here and here. PaaS has always had a hard life. It’s typical middle child syndrome. It’s older sibling SaaS is very mature and is growing considerably everyday thanks to the adoption by line-of-business leaders. It’s younger sibling, IaaS, gets all the attention from the uber geeks who prefer to manage everything themselves. Poor PaaS is left trying to wring out an identity for itself; some uni...
We (as in the industry at large) don't talk enough about applying architectural best practices with respect to emerging API and software-defined models of networking. But we should. That's because as we continue down the path that continues to software-define the network, using APIs and software development methodologies to simplify and speed the provisioning of network services, the more we run into if not rules, then best practices, that should be considered before we willy nilly start integra...
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