Posts Tagged SaaS
When Ideas have Sex. Of Development Kingdoms and Developer Kingship.
Posted by Ashish Bhagwat in Architecture, Business, Cloud Computing, Entrepreneurship, Human Behavior, Innovation, Platform-as-a-Service, Technology, Trends on September 25, 2012
Apple App Store has 700,000 Apps. Google Play has 450,000 Apps. Number of Apps submitted on iOS App store alone nears a 1000/day. Any statistics in terms of Apps is astounding in numbers – millions & billions. And to imagine that none of this even existed few years back! What’s amazing here is not just […]
White Collar Developer, You Can Smile Now!
Posted by Ashish Bhagwat in Architecture, BPM, Cloud Computing, Innovation, Technology on September 24, 2010
While IT continued to flourish and expand, the core technical strengths still ruled in technology world. The dream of business value driven development continued to remain distant. But, there are at least two real trends that change all that – BPM and Cloud Computing (PaaS & SaaS). The two key reasons they live up to the promise are “Abstraction” and “Modeling-driven-development”. White Collar Developer can finally smile!
BPM Ecosystem – Blurring Boundaries or Systematic Convergence?
Posted by Ashish Bhagwat in Architecture, BPM, Business, Cloud Computing, Leadership, Management, Technology on March 16, 2010
In the initial years of BPM, we thought we had few problems that would slowly disappear with maturity in the discipline / technology. Come 2010, and we are dealing with more variants of similar problems. Depending on where you look from and where your stakes lie, this could be a case of blurring boundaries or of significant convergence in BPM ecosystem as illustrated here. Can we all “converge” and leverage on our best opportunity in recent times to really take BPM to where it belongs?
BPM in Cloud? Really? Not anytime soon…
Posted by Ashish Bhagwat in Architecture, BPM, Business, Cloud Computing, Management, Technology on February 20, 2010
The closest that comes to what’s happening on the ground is “Process-Modeler-as-a-Service” [Not BPA in the cloud, again!] and “BPMS-Platform-as-a-Service” or “BPMS-platform-in-the-cloud”. And this trend is expected to continue for the next couple of years. We don’t have all the ingredients in place, and don’t expect in the next couple of years, to have any success with something like “Business-Process-as-a-Service” or “Business-Process-in-the-Cloud”, which should be a milestone for achieving BPM in cloud in true sense. An immediately acceptable outcome out of these cloud capabilities being built around BPA and BPMS platforms would be a faster proof of capability with a lower investment on silo-ed or simple processes, without the high-end expectations of turning around the business process efficiency.