Category Archives: Trends

Open Source 2.0 – The SaaS & Open Core Era

The article “Open Source: From Community to Commercialization” lists three Open Source eras: Open Source 0.0 – The “Free Software” era Open Source 1.0 – The Support and Services era Open Source 2.0 – The SaaS & Open Core Era

Posted in Open Source, Trends | Leave a comment

Notes from DecisionCAMP-2019

DecisionCAMP-2019 in beautiful Bolzano on Sep. 17-19 will go down in history as one of the most successful DecisionCAMPs. As usual, it was packed with interesting presentations and even more interesting formal and informal discussions. I will try to write … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Trends | 2 Comments

Deploying Business Decision Models as Amazon Microservices

Nowadays many enterprises are moving their operational decision services to cloud utilizing Microservices and the new Serverless architecture that takes care of high availability, security, and super-fast performance. But how difficult is it to deploy business decision models as cloud-based … Continue reading

Posted in Decision Models, Microservices, Trends | Leave a comment

The “boring” benefits of AI

InformationAge published an interesting article “If you want to see the benefits of AI, forget moonshots and think boring“.  “While the ‘low-hanging-fruit’ approach to AI may sound monotonous, if you add all the small boring initiatives together, things start to … Continue reading

Posted in Artificial Intelligence, Digital Transformation, Trends | Leave a comment

New Gartner IaaS Magic Quadrant

On July 19 Gartner published its latest “Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service, Worldwide“. AWS is being recognized as the Leader for 9th consecutive year following Microsoft, Google, Alibaba, Oracle, and IBM. The report describes their offerings with … Continue reading

Posted in Microservices, Products, Serverless, Trends | Leave a comment

DeepMind’s Losses and the Future of AI

Wired just published an article that analyzes  how the recent DeepMind’s losses will affect AI in general. “The investment community notices significant losses; if DeepMind’s losses were to continue to roughly double each year, even Alphabet might eventually feel compelled … Continue reading

Posted in Artificial Intelligence, Trends | Leave a comment

Business Decision Models are moving to Serverless World

In the new cloud-based world, the decision-making applications have new requirements to operational decision services. The traditional monolithic services are being replaced by microservices that requires high availability, security, and super-fast performance. The customers are not satisfied anymore with a relatively … Continue reading

Posted in Architecture, Business Rules, Decision Models, Serverless, Trends | Leave a comment