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Serverless computing

The Engagement of Microservices and Serverless Computing

After DevOps, Microservices has been one of the most talked about topics in almost all architecture forums lately. Recently we were discussing the cloud adoption rate and thinking, what would be the next revolution in the infrastructure space? Although we know that cloud computing has been a technology game changer in many ways, what will […]read more »
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The Power of Ness TechDays Virtual Conference

We’ve just closed the panel discussions and slimmed 67 topic submissions down to 10 speaking slots for the third edition of Ness TechDays, our virtual, technical knowledge exchange conference for Ness employees and customers, to be held in September. I wanted to capture and share some genuine excitement: a hopeful dream has come to life […]read more »
Artificial-intelligence

What AI Means for the Emerging Economies?

With the revolutionary changes brought about by Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies, it is now possible for us to imagine different scenarios that were previously unthinkable. With machines in manufacturing units giving service notifications to refrigerators suggesting grocery lists, our lives are getting radically changed. This change is also significantly evident across various businesses and industries. […]read more »
Online Retail

Why Amazon is Buying Wholefoods?

Amazon’s decision to buy the upscale grocery chain, Wholefoods, evoked mixed reactions and led to widespread speculations on its future impact on the online retail major and the whole retail industry. It has been a known fact that Amazon has been aggressively pursuing new business opportunities and its interest in breaking into the online grocery […]read more »
Personalization in Retail Banking

How Can Retail Banks Navigate the Personalization Challenge?

Personalization is a common expectation for customers these days. No matter where they go, what device they are using or how they choose to interact with their brands, they want to see ‘intelligent offerings’ that relate to them and are uniquely targeted to them. Evidences prove that retail organizations are leaving no stone unturned in […]read more »

Ride the Next Wave of Growth with Personalized Learning Experiences- Education Sector Series: Part 2

The education industry is poised for a technology revolution. A 2016 report on EdTech Spending states that the global education technology market is expected to grow at 17% to over $250B by 2020. This marks a huge opportunity for education technology services companies to accelerate growth by offering innovative learning solutions and platforms that enable […]read more »
Connected Car

Driving Innovation With Connected Cars

The automotive industry is transforming at an accelerated pace, and the Connected Car revolution is a major catalyst to this change. With Over 380 million Connected Cars expected to be on the roads by 2021, automotive players are facing an urgent need to drive strategic technology innovations in areas, such as ADAS (advanced Driver Assistance […]read more »
starting a devops journey

Key Steps in Eliminating the Roadblocks to DevOps Adoption

DevOps adoption is a strategic priority for most enterprises right now and the benefits that early adopters are reaping is testimony to its true potential in driving organizational change. But getting DevOps right can be a tough challenge for many organizations considering that it entails major transformations and requires a combination of people, processes and […]read more »
Artificial Intelligence Culture

Building a Data-driven and Artificial Intelligence Culture in the Enterprise: A Winning Formula

At Ness, our enterprise customers are eager to explore their hidden treasure in the data that they have generated over the years. Market research shows a growing demand for data monetization, and estimates that the Big Data market will be $125B (USA, including hardware, software and services) by 2025 [Source: Million Insights]. In 2014, Big Data […]read more »
Autonomous driving

Sensor Fusion Algorithms For Autonomous Driving: Part 1 — The Kalman Filter and Extended Kalman Filter

Introduction Tracking of stationary and moving objects is a critical function of Autonomous driving technologies. Signals from several sensors, including camera, radar and lidar (Light Detection and Ranging device based on pulsed laser) sensors are combined to estimate the position, velocity, trajectory and class of objects i.e. other vehicles and pedestrians. A good introduction to […]read more »