Native Apps At The Client & Cloud

Srinivasan Sundara Rajan

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Cloud platforms like Azure provide the best options for organizations in their digital transformation. Most organizations have multiple combination of environment needs. Provisioning on time is always a challenge. Manual operations are prone to error and delays. Difficult to size production like Environments due to resource constraints, this means most NFR (Non Functional Requirements) are not tested with the correct load and perspective. Unable to innovate on new initiatives like blockchain, cognitive services, machine learning due to lack of platform components. Unable to manage the CAPEX and charge back on environments to specific teams and project budgets skewed due to environment costs Lack of test environments resulting in a slower software development life cycle Innovation Labs on Cloud In today's context, organizations adopt a build versus buy approach based ... (more)

Java EE PaaS and Application Server Interoperability

Java EE PaaS Growth & Interoperability Concerns As observed in my earlier articles, the Java EE PaaS portfolio is gaining in strength each day, with support from major players such as IBM, Oracle, VMWare, Redhat , Google and Amazon. However unlike the Microsoft > .NET Framework > Azure PaaS equation where there is just one version of the framework from one vendor, the openness of Java EE led to several implementations of application server-specific implementations. As Java EE standards define a core set of API, frame works and features as part of its implementation, an applicatio... (more)

PaaS: Is OLAP a Candidate for Cloud

Ever Since E.F. Codd  Coined the term  OLAP (Online Analytical Processing) it has gained high popularity in enterprise computing, in simple terms  OLAP  is  synonymous  with concepts, tools that make Data Ware House data easily accessible. OLAP enables analysts, managers, and executives gain insight into data through fast, consistent, interactive access to a wide variety of possible views of information.  They also answer the Who ? and What ? and What if ? questions on the data. The key attributes of the OLAP are Multidimensional views of data Calculation intensive capabilities ... (more)

Top Five Cloud Integration Platforms and Tools

Cloud Integration Platform Cloud  won't be a single point solution for all the needs of enterprises, and most enterprises have heavily invested in in-house systems and servers; howevers  we are already seeing  enough patterns for the enterprise to adopt public clouds too. This requires tools and platforms that can integrate the public cloud with in-house systems or private clouds of  the enterprises. The following list indicates some of the leading platforms around. 1. Azure  Platform App  Fabric Windows Azure AppFabric provides a comprehensive cloud middleware platform for devel... (more)

Enterprise Search Wish List for Office 365

In my previous article about Office 365, I had listed how Office 365 and NoSQL together can be a potential enterprise platform. However, in order for it to satisfy the enterprise features of: Content Management Business Intelligence Enterprise Reporting Office 365  needs to satisfy more  advanced search features. Here is the wish list that could be satisfied in the initial or later releases of Office 365 to fill in the missing pieces to make it truly enterprise. 1.  Tag Searchable Attributes to Documents Currently we can search  within the office documents like search for a particu... (more)