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The Boundaries of Microservices without Containers

The world of Microservices architecture is inching in popularity and the same is true about Container technology. It is a known fact that the two complement each other perfectly well since Containers provide a means to package and deploy Microservices in lightweight runtime processes.

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Posted by Ajay Mahajan
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Get into a 'Jam' Session

Organizations bank on SAP Jam not just to whip up interactions among employees but also to make social work patterns more efficient

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Posted by Ameekar Charan
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A Four-Pronged Approach to Microservices Adoption

Enterprises have been struggling for years to develop applications that are agile and quick to change. Microservices architecture provides a way to address this challenge and has therefore caught the attention of enterprise IT teams. Beyond the initial enthusiasm, proof of concepts and pilot implementations, enterprises are struggling to adopt this architecture.

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Data Preparation - the 'NEW' element of the data economy

Data is an essential asset of all organization. Today, with technological advancements, data comes from umpteen number of disparate sources.

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Posted by Wipro Insights
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Towards A Successful Enterprise Agile Transformation

We are creatures of habit; we learn how to do things and what works best for us which then becomes our behaviour. Trying then to unlearn any habits is hard to do as it becomes a natural instinct to do what we do and the way we do it.

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Is your Enterprise IT prepared for the next generation of packaged applications?

The role played by Packaged Applications in Enterprise IT is changing and is changing fast. Traditionally - implemented in enterprise back offices, there is a high adoption of these applications in the end user realm today. Consumers, suppliers and employees across the value chain stand to gain immensely by this latest adoption.

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How to plug leakages in your Procure to Pay - Part 2

In my last blog , I spoke about the magnitude of damage P2P fraud can cause to the organization and the need to address the problem with a different mindset with a more data driven approach.

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Posted by Bhavna Sachar
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Data Lakes Can Transform Mergers & Acquisitions

Over 70 percent of all mergers and acquisitions (M&A) fail according to industry statistics. Failed M&A deals result in huge financial / operational losses and unrealized synergies. Data Lakes can transform M&A by significantly increasing the success rate and reducing M&A integration costs.

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Posted by Sujan Thanjavuru
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The Idea of “BiModal” or “Two-Speed” IT is nearing its death

The idea of BiModal or Two-Speed IT was born as a quick-fix for large enterprises to behave like startups and bring in agility to their business ideas without getting bogged down by the governance processes of their existing mission-critical IT.

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The rise of hybrid cloud

Hybrid cloud is a cloud computing environment which uses a mix of on-premise private cloud and public cloud services with seamless orchestration between platforms. While some of the organizations are looking to put selective IT functions on to a public cloud, they still prefer keeping the higher-risk or more bespoke functions in a private/on-premise environment.

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