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Walk into your doctor’s office and you’ll likely witness the trappings of those last holdouts of the digital revolution.  As you enter, you will be dazzled by the patchwork curtain of color-coded manila folders behind the reception desk, each one plump with personal data, most of it ou...
Walk into your doctor’s office and you’ll likely witness the trappings of those last holdouts of the digital revolution.  As you enter, you will be dazzled by the patchwork curtain of color-coded manila folders behind the reception desk, each one plump with personal data, most of it ou...
Balancing Automation and Human Knowledge Curation There are many metadata management tools on the market today, including Configuration Management Databases (CMDBs) and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Repositories, […]
Topics Range from APIs to Digital Transformation GLENS FALLS NY AND FREMONT CA, July 24, 2014 – Intellyx and EITAGlobal today announced that they are jointly […]
Contributed by Katie Burke, Government Program Specialist at Laserfiche.    “Going digital” has been a topic of conversation in government for many years, yet very few organizations have actually mastered the concept. Digitization brings benefits such as reduced costs, increased effici...
Contributed by Katie Burke, Government Program Specialist at Laserfiche.    “Going digital” has been a topic of conversation in government for many years, yet very few organizations have actually mastered the concept. Digitization brings benefits such as reduced costs, increased effici...
Andrew Sciberras, the man with the most impressive mustache in Identity (until he shaved it off!), has written a very useful post on
Much has been published about the Open Compute Project. Initiated by Facebook, it has become an industry effort focused on standardization of many parts and components in the datacenter. Initially focused on racks, power and server design, it has also added storage and now networking t...
In a post Snowden world it is clear that for cloud data security, we need strong encryption. When properly implemented, encryption in the cloud reduces risk to levels acceptable for sensitive data. There is no doubt data protection in the cloud computing era is never going to be a ‘...
Last week Greg Ferro (@etherealmind) wrote this article about his experience with scripting as a method for network automation, with the ultimate conclusion that scripting does not scale. Early in my career I managed a small network that grew to be a IP over X.25 hub of Europe for a...
Cloud computing has finally come into its own. While we’ve been hearing for 8 years or more that cloud computing would one day take over the enterprise, the fact of the matter is that it’s been slow going. While the spread of cloud computing solutions hasn’t been as rapid as many earl...
Intellyx is pleased to announce that the $500 early bird discount for the upcoming BAA Certification Course in Seattle has been extended to July 19! Jason […]
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The other day I found myself in a discussion with a prospect regarding the merits of capturing complete stack traces for every transaction that flowed through their production system. You see AppDynamics doesn’t do that; we capture problematic business transactions, and this bloke seem...
We're launching the "Tap In Open Forum": a new series of blog posts where we detail a current topic being discussed in the software development and testing community and invite you to participate in an open discussion with our best and brightest here at Skytap. Feel free to share your ...
I had worked with WSO2 during the ZapThink days when the company was just getting rolling, so I was particularly interested to see how far they’d […]
Provectio était présent à l'OpenStack 5! à Paris pour assister aux conférences sur la solution très médiatique de gestion d'IaaS. Le bilan démontre une tendance à la stabilisation des versions de l'outil... The post Le déploiement d’une version stable d’OpenStack à venir ap...
Public cloud service adoption is already a mainstream phenomenon in most organizations. Meanwhile, many large enterprises see a private cloud in their future. But choosing whether to invest in building an internal cloud infrastructure or buy from a cloud service provider will become mo...
One of the benefits of SDN is centralized control. That is, there is a single repository containing the known current state of the entire network. It is this centralization that enables intelligent application of new policies to govern and control the network - from new routes to user ...
Jason Bloomberg will be running his new architecture course, The Bloomberg Agile Architecture Certification Course, in Seattle on August 13 – 15. The early bird discount […]
I was recently reading Freakonomics’ authors Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner’s latest book, Think Like a Freak, and passed over a quote that really resonated with me: So rather than address their root causes, we often spend billions of dollars treating the symptoms and are left t...
How have most organizations been building hybrid clouds to date?
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, a White House watchdog group that condemned the Obama administration’s phone surveillance program earlier this year, has released another report — and civil liberties groups aren’t happy about it. The report took on Section 7...
This week in the States, the Nation celebrates it’s Independence and many people will be attending or setting off their own fireworks show. In Hawaii, fireworks are shot off more during New Year’s Eve than on July 4th and there is even Daytime Fireworks now. Cloud computing is explo...
If LinkedIn profiles are any indication, User Experience (frequently shortened to UX) is the new orange. Indeed, across all manners of technology, there is an increasing focus on improving user experience. Driven in part by Apple’s success on the consumer side, it would appear that IT ...
In the video at this link and embedded below I provide some context on new approaches to data can enhance outcomes for public sector organizations, with a focus on real world use cases. I also mention key requirements which apply at most government organizations for their data and how ...
As revenues from traditional voice and messaging channels continue to dwindle, operators are reassessing their role in the digital communication value chain, and defining what value they can bring to their customers. Of course "customers" increasingly includes partners as well as end ...
Inarguably one of the drivers of software-defined architectures (cloud, SDDC, and SDN) as well as movements like DevOps is the complexity inherent in today's data center networks. For years now we've added applications and services, and responded to new threats and requirements from th...
Adjectives like “swashbuckling” and “romantic” rarely if ever apply to enterprise technology, so the fact that “rogue” IT is now a Thing should give one pause. […]
By Noel Wurst, Managing Editor at Skytap This article was originally published on the Skytap Blog At the 2014 SDLC Acc...
By now we’ve seen plenty of cost justification on the efficiency of using cloud infrastructure. You can easily Google “Cloud Computing Value” and get a stack of analyst and vendor reports. Or just pop open Amazon’s AWS value calculator and plug in some numbers. There are huge one-time ...
Some people believe good or bad things always happen in threes. I believe you will always be able to find three (and probably more) things that are good or bad and somewhat related, but sometimes I get surprised by the apparent coincidental appearance of several closely related “things...
From the HomePort @cobiacomm Blog by Chris Haddad, WSO2: In his Pragmatic SOA post, Jason Bloomberg states: it’s also an established best practice to take an […]
There is an interesting debate between whether, as a platform company, you should provide just the API or build more SDKs.  A number of technology experts say that if you have a clean REST API, you really shouldn’t need an SDK.  Maybe your SDK is just covering up a bad API design?  In ...
There is an interesting debate between whether, as a platform company, you should provide just the API or build more SDKs.  A number of technology experts say that if you have a clean REST API, you really shouldn’t need an SDK.  Maybe your SDK is just covering up a bad API design?  In ...
The announcement this week that Facebook is acquiring Pryte should make operators sit up and take notice. The communications landscape is evolving at break neck speed and operators need to start shouting about where they can bring value, before they get drowned out by the noise. Beca...
​At the 2014 SDLC Acceleration Summit, Peter Coffee, VP for Strategic Research at Salesforce.com, led a fantastic discussion panel that asked the question, "Sure, your SDLC is accelerating, but in what direction?" The panel addressed the biggest barriers to SDLC acceleration, how to ov...