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In Memory Data Grid – TIBCO ActiveSpaces

2017-03-28T17:07:34+00:00 27 December, 2016|Tags: , |

Facing process/integration performance issue? The solution might be in your head, just put your "memory" to work. It has become increasingly common to see companies struggle in improving the performance of their integration system. They approached it in many different ways and although it looks like they have no more clear options to improve it, [...]

Splunk Live Utrecht 2016

2017-03-28T17:07:37+00:00 21 December, 2016|Tags: , , |

Recently I attended the Splunk Live Utrecht 2016. The agenda was quite solid, with four customer use cases and three branches in the breakout sessions - IT Ops, Security and Advanced. In terms of general sessions delivered by the Splunk team, two topics were brought to Utrecht: Splunk for Security and Splunk for IT Operations.   Focusing on [...]

(How) do architects fit into Scrum teams?

2017-03-28T17:07:37+00:00 20 December, 2016|Tags: , , |

Currently many companies have an architecture department or board. Nevertheless, architecture is mostly kept outside of the Scrum teams. So, I wonder: how do they fit in? Do they still have a reason to exist? Who chooses the "how"? The architect or the team? Keeping architects out of the Scrum teams is not the way [...]

Klantinformatie 2.0 – meer omzet met je bestaande applicaties

2017-03-28T17:07:39+00:00 8 December, 2016|Tags: , , , , , , |

Nieuwe perspectieven, nieuwe omzet Voor vele MKB bedrijven geldt de gouden regel: praktisch en pragmatisch werken en zorgen voor snelle oplossingen. Altijd is de focus op de klant. Al het werk dat wordt gedaan, staat dus ook in teken van de klant. - Een heel mooi uitgangspunt en zo hoort het ook. Veel bedrijven in [...]

Best breed of API Management platforms

2017-03-28T17:07:41+00:00 1 December, 2016|Tags: , , , |

In this follow-up to my previous blog Why invest in API Management? I highlight the need for very mature API Ecosystems. With this blog about the best breed of API Management platforms, I discuss questions such as: What responsibilities are held by such an ecosystem? What capabilities should it provide? And: why should the make-or-buy [...]

European Cyber Security Challenge 2016

2017-03-28T17:07:51+00:00 24 November, 2016|Tags: , , |

Close enough: when hacking infects our daily lives Before I start about the fascinating European Cyber Security Challenge, imagine you wake up in middle of night: You go to the children's room and you hear your child speaking with a stranger; it’s your cheap Chinese baby phone with built-in microphone, speakers and camera. You attached it [...]

API Gateway: the new spider in the web?

2017-03-28T17:07:58+00:00 17 November, 2016|Tags: , , , , , |

Let’s face it: with the upcoming of cloud and cloud-to-cloud, we entered a new era. An era where besides the traditional Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), a new spider entered the web of the IT world. A spider with legs in the inside (the traditional on premise world) and legs in the outside (external world of the [...]