Almost every cloud should have its (i)PaaS


If you more or less agree with what I say here, is clear that one of the approaches for connecting several cloud and on-premises eco-systems is by means of an iPaaS or integration hub (iHub). As an analogy, think about how you connect different physical systems by means of a communication stack (router, switch, ...). … Continue reading Almost every cloud should have its (i)PaaS

The future cloud for the enterprise: hybrid and multi-provider


One year ago I wrote a blog talking about hybrid/multi-vendor cloud. Today I repeat the same, cloud is gonna be a kind of a new ingredient for IT, I mean, there will be use cases where cloud replaces the legacy but there are many other situations where clouds are (only) a part of the whole … Continue reading The future cloud for the enterprise: hybrid and multi-provider

Ravello or How Can You Speed Up Provissioning Environments for Acceptance Testing, Q&A, certification, R&D and more…


I'm involved in a project for a big financial company. The solution is technologically complex integrating a bunch of technologies such as business intelligence, business processes modeling, reporting, documents, ldap, single sign on, identity federation, relational database, html/javascript/kquery/knockout... Initially, the solution was designed to be provisioned in Oracle Cloud because the timeline for the whole project was … Continue reading Ravello or How Can You Speed Up Provissioning Environments for Acceptance Testing, Q&A, certification, R&D and more…

Mobile Black Box Part 3 : iOS App coded in Swift 3


 The last part of our IoT invention is the iOS App. The user interface looks like this: This App was created utilizing the IoT client library for iOS located here. This library encapsulates the REST services that IoT exposes. The App is a Single View Application. In ViewController.swift we use the following code: Device data:       … Continue reading Mobile Black Box Part 3 : iOS App coded in Swift 3