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How the Internet was Invented

Soon after my son introduced me to his new girlfriend, I sent her a Facebook “friend” invitation. Two minutes later, my son called to berate me for committing a grave social network faux pas, to which I responded, “Listen, I invented the Internet, and I’ll do whatever I darn well please there.” Although I cannot […]read more »

Internet of Things and Industrial Analytics

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a wave of innovation impacting the way the world connects and optimizes machines. IIoT, through use of sensors, advanced analytics and intelligent decisioning, is profoundly transforming the way field assets connect and communicate with the enterprise. Forrester Research reports that the market for Big Data was approximately $31 […]read more »

Why 58 percent of tech leaders are unprepared to handle IIoT Data?

While there is ever-increasing adoption of IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) among industries today, the biggest question is if industrial tech leaders are prepared to handle the huge amounts of data that are generated by IIoT technology. Moshe Kranc, CTO of Ness Digital Engineering, has been featured in ZDNet in the article, “CIO Jury: Why […]read more »

8 Key things that should be on the to-do-list of every CIO

As a CIO’s responsibilities shift from the technical to the business amid digital transformation efforts, they must keep certain items top of mind to keep the business relevant, according to Moshe Kranc, CTO of Ness Digital Engineering. In an article for TechRepublic, Moshe describes the 8 things that should be on every CIO’s to-do list. […]read more »

Designing a microservices-based enterprise application

Rajendran Balakrishnan, Senior Manager-QA, Ness Digital Engineering, provide insights into the key principles to remember while designing a microservices-based enterprise application. In the Enterprise application technology front, we have multiple trends that are forcing application architectures to be modernized on a newer platform with a long-term futuristic vision. The new modern platform offers versatility in terms […]read more »

Amazon Redshift: Vendor Lock-In Never Felt So Good

The Hadoop ecosystem has a well-known hole: there is no good opensource tool for near-real time analytics on Big Data. For example, suppose you have 500 milliseconds to calculate the average temperature reading from a set of sensors, based on some ad hoc user-specified criteria such as location, time and sensor type. Pre-aggregation is not […]read more »

Delivering Services- Between Empathy and Automation

When it comes to delivering services, Agilists embrace the idea of working in iterations which deliver value to their client after each cycle of about two weeks. When tackling a new idea, a coherent bundle of initial iterations is called Minimum Viable Products or MVP and promises a usable digital product that can be ideally […]read more »

Perspective from the Field: Digital Disruption Is Becoming Mainstream

Digital transformation is changing the way we consume goods and services, digital disruption is becoming mainstream. Out of the top 10 most valued companies (based on market cap) in the world, the top 4 spots are taken by born digital companies or companies that are at the forefront of digital transformation. There is hardly any […]read more »

Application Modernization: One size does NOT fit all

According to a report published by KBV Research on the Global Application Modernization Services Market, the global application modernization services market size is expected to be $17.7 billion by 2023, increasing at 18% CAGR during the forecast period.  The reasons for modernizing applications range from upgrading depreciated technologies to saving money to increasing business agility […]read more »

Innovative Thinking Is Fueling New Transportation Models

One of the big inefficiencies with vehicles, particularly in urban areas, is that they largely sit idle in parking lots. Most busy cities globally cannot afford to waste the space cars occupy and have been actively exploring how to best deploy alternative solutions, including Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) networks. The interest in MaaS is indicative of the […]read more »