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Amazon CTO Werner Vogels on transparency, developers, multi-cloud
The other thing that we're working with most of our enterprise customers is, what is an exit strategy? What do I need to do, if one moment I decide that I would like to move over to another provider? That for any large enterprise is just good due diligence. If you start using a [SaaS application], you want to know about what do we need to do to get my data out of there, if I want to move let's say from Salesforce to Workday.

It's the same for most large enterprises. They want to know how much work is it actually for me to actually move if I decide to go from cloud provider A to cloud provider B, or maybe bring it back on premises.

That's something that we've been working on with most of our large customers, because that's just good due diligence.
Multicloud  was  enterprise  lockin  links  via:Workflow 
5 days ago by cote
Jamie Dimon: JPMorgan Employs 30,000 Programmers
Just this month[April, 2014], Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan, told the firm’s shareholders in his annual letter that JPMorgan employs “nearly 30,000 programmers, application developers and information technology employees who keep our 7,200 applications, 32 data centers, 58,000 servers, 300,000 desk-tops and global network operating smoothly for all our clients.”
enterprise  JPMC  developers  digitaltransformation  numbers 
10 weeks ago by cote
The new CEO of Google Cloud explains the updated master plan for taking on Amazon Web Services
> "We're going to specialize our sales team to talk to specific industries in the language of the industry," Kurian said. "You will see us competing much more aggressively going forward," he continued.
gcp  enterprise  google 
february 2019 by cote
Q&A on the Book Enterprise Agility
“Getting feedback on the effectiveness of the initiatives, and acting on it quickly to refine the strategies and initiatives to ensure their alignment with the purpose is critical for sustaining the effectiveness of the organization towards fulfilling the purpose.”
leadsership  books  enterprise  agile 
august 2018 by cote
Can Google Cloud Platform beat out AWS and Microsoft for future enterprise wallet share?
Good coverage and commentary on the recent Google Cloud stuff, including this marketshare sum-up:

"Enterprise service, AWS, which has a network of more than 30,000 enterprise end users, was the most cited (56.6% of survey respondents) for multi-tenant IaaS interest in 2015, with Microsoft's Azure trailing at 42.7%. AWS claims over one million active customers in 190 countries, and reports that it has a roughly $10bn run rate."
numbers  451research  marketshare  Google  enterprise  cloud  publiccloud  cloudnative  AWS  momentum  gae 
march 2016 by cote
IT spend to near $3tn by 2019
"By business size the bulk of spending, 40 percent, will come from very large businesses of more than 1,000 employees, while very small businesses, of between one and nine employees, will account for 25 percent of spend."
segments  smb  IDC  marketsizing  numbers  enterprise 
february 2016 by cote
Apple enterprise business not to be underestimated - Cook
'"The enterprise business is not to be underestimated," he said. "I'd doubt many people knew that we had a $25bn enterprise business that we quietly built in not too many years. Our penetration is low, but we have significant actions going on to really deepen that.' - up 40% y/y. I assume this is company's buying laptops and iPhones, sucking up RIM's old business and encroaching on PCs. I like the allusion of "low penetration" as if to say, "model it higher!"
Apple  enterprise  revenue  numbers 
october 2015 by cote
Open Source Usage in Large Enterprises
Across "100 C-Level execs" usage at their company: "When it comes to the actual usage of open source software (OSS) in large enterprises, only 21% of them use it across the enterprise and 25% have deployed it in a business unit. The other 54% are either at the planning phase (21%), or use it for Internet-related programs (13%) or are running a pilot program to evaluate it (20%)"
numbers  Wipro  surveys  opensource  enterprise 
july 2015 by cote
Just out: [Mobile] Developer Megatrends H1 2015
"Only 20% of mobile developers target enterprises, but 46% of them makes over $10K per month, versus 19% for consumer-oriented developers." The other thing to note is how close we are to having "mobile developers" just upgraded to simply "developers."
surveys  mobile  developers  numbers  enterprise 
july 2015 by cote
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Docker’s Journey to the Enterprise Container Yard - April 18, 2015 at 11:01AM
IFTTT  Tumblr  docker  systemsmanagement  enterprise  ops  containers  cote.tumblr.com 
april 2015 by cote
SAP's 10-year HANA gamble: a life without the big boys
"SAP needs the slack. Released in 2010, SAP today claims 6,000 customers on HANA with 1,800 using it underneath their installation of the Business Suite. The company has a total of 253,500 customers."
momemtum  SAP  inmemory  Hana  enterprise 
february 2015 by cote
What is a true digital enterprise? | Information Age
Overall, McKinsey believes the value of becoming a digital enterprise should be in reducing costs by replacing labour-intensive activity with software-supported activity, either through full automation or through improving the productivity of individual workers in their jobs. … One widely accepted view of the digital enterprise is that it’s about leveraging technology to gain a competitive advantage. But achieving and maintaining a competitive advantage isn’t possible if a business isn’t productive. Boosting productivity is about more than simply adding new processes here and there; instead, organisations need to reorganise how they operate and the way their employees work. The key to achieving this is by eliminating the waste of unnecessary paperwork and overly complicated processes by digitising and automating the way we collaborate at work. From Ben Rossi at Information Age. It’d be nice to find whatever that McKinsey source is.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  strategy  digital  enterprise  thirdplatform  McKinsey  link  tumblr:link 
february 2015 by cote
CotéIndustries.com
"A triangle model to deal with an ever evolving thought technology": What Does “Enterprise Grade” Mean, Really? from Michael Coté At this year’s Uptime Symposium I was asked to give a lunch time talk. I proposed “What does enterprise grade mean really?” as a sort of way to force myself to contemplate it. Here’s my first cut, input would be great as I’ll be tuning and practicing it between Monday and actually giving it on Wednesday. It has some of my usual nonsense on DevOps and “software defined business,” but also a proposal for a triangle. It’s more, you know, intended to be “thought provoking” than correct and “prescriptive.” See the raw slides over in Slideshare, as always.
enterprise  enterprisegrade  presentations  CoteSpeaking  451  451Research  uptime14  cloud  DevOps  triangles  highlight  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  tumblr:text 
may 2014 by cote
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Back in 2011 I moderated a panel at SXSW going over cloud. It has Salesforce’s Peter Coffee and (at the time) VMware’s Javier Soltero. Fun as always. See the original post of this from the time over on my old RedMonk blog.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  mp3s  CoteSpeaking  SXSW  SXSW2011  PeterCoffee  JavierSoltero  panels  moderating  cloud  enterprise  enterprisecloud  Austin  tumblr:audio  audio 
march 2014 by cote
Gartner complains no public cloud is good enough for business • The Register Forums
[P]aying much less for a shitty service is one thing, but paying WAY MORE for a shitty service is just doubling down on complete shit. Good comment (on the original article) from what appears to be an “enterprise” IT admin on his wishlist for cloud stuff. Essentially, he wants the same stuff you’d normally get, just cheaper: not that new-fangled cloud way of doing things. Fair enough.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  cloud  cases  enterprise  publiccloud  sentiment  link  tumblr:link 
september 2013 by cote
CotéIndustries.com • One thing Salesforce.com has never fully optimized...
One thing Salesforce.com has never fully optimized for is enterprise distribution and the ability to reach the largest customers in the world with highly customized solutions for their industries and their verticals. You saw how Keith [Block]executed that strategy extremely well at Oracle over the last 26 years, and we look forward to seeing him execute a very similar strategy enhanced for Salesforce. … I believe it’s in the interest of their customers and our customers that Salesforce works well with Oracle, works well with SAP, and even works well with Microsoft, because our customers have these existing investments that we want to leverage.
salesforce  quotes  enterprise  execs  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  quote  tumblr:quote 
september 2013 by cote
Inside SAP's Skunkworks as It Takes Aim at Oracle - WSJ.com
in 2006, Mr. Plattner decided to shake things up. He took a bottle of red wine and sheet of paper into the garden behind his house. By the time he had reached the bottom of the bottle, he says, there wasn’t much written on the paper. But, he says, he reached the conclusion that in-memory systems were the future
SAP  HANA  innovation  enterprise  in-memory  ifttt  tumblr  quote  tumblr:quote 
january 2012 by cote
State of the Public Cloud: The Cloud Adopters' Perspective - Whitepaper | Appirio
"To understand the cloud adopter perspective, Appirio worked with Itracks, a leading online market research firm, to survey IT decision makers at 150+ mid-to-large sized North American companies (all with >500 employees, 65% with over 1000 employees) who had already adopted at least one leading SaaS or cloud application. We wanted to learn from these cloud adopters."
cloud  studies  surveys  cloudcases  numbers  enterprise 
december 2010 by cote
OAuth Is the New Hotness in Identity Management - Security from eWeek
I get all consumer-happy on enterprise identity management: Perhaps it’s just as well, because with applications in the cloud, the landscape of identity and security is a world turned upside down. “How much you share is a new question for identity management,” Coté noted. “Identity management, classically, is primarily about security and making sure hackers don’t do something. It’s about making sure the right person does the right thing. Identity management in the Facebook age is exactly the opposite; it’s about making it as easy as possible to share the maximal amount of information.”
OAuthi  IdM  identity  Facebook  enterprise  redmonkpressquotes 
april 2010 by cote
The Personal Enterprise
"The Personal Enterprise (or the Facebookisation of it) is not about picking and choosing which services get opened up and which have controlled delivery, instead it is about opening up as much data as possible and creating an ecosystem that allows personalization to be developed." Also, love the part about simple being seen as bad: The Fear of the Simple.
via:jevon  BYOC  enterprise  socailnetworking  work  simple  culture 
january 2010 by cote
Exciting Flash Platform Advancements
James rounds-up some enterprise centric news and papers from Flash-land.
riaweekly  Adobe  Flash  enterprise 
december 2009 by cote
SpringSource, Oracle To Back Modular Eclipse Project for Java
Piece on the Eclipse Runtime project Gemini, collecting together implementations of OSGi RFCs that retro-fit/wrap OSGi around old Java APIs.
stacklessstack  OSGi  Eclipse  Gemini  SpringSource  Oracle  opensource  j2ee  jee  java  enterprise 
december 2009 by cote
Google Reader - Jon's shared items
Jon Reed (@jonerp) has some nice ERP shared links here, with the ever valuable commentary.
SAP  ERP  enterprise  tumbler  links 
november 2009 by cote
CodePlex Foundation - Interview with Sam Ramji, 10/20/2009
"Actually, in the case of Source Code, what we are all hoping for is to expand the distribution and use of these Open Source projects through consistent collaboration between corporate sponsors and community developers."
SamRamji  CodePlex  opensource  foundations  enterprise 
november 2009 by cote
Amazon launches virtual private clouds « RightScale Blog
"Something that initially puzzled me is what the benefits of a VPC are when all the marketing fluff dissipates. Here is what I’ve learned. First, instances in the VPC are separated from non-VPC instances at a deeper network level than instances in different security groups or belonging to different users. As is typical, Amazon doesn’t say anything of substance about the nature of this isolation. Let’s see how soon that will have to change to actually attract enterprises… Second, instances in the VPC can seamlessly integrate into a company’s internal network routing. This is significant because it means that tools used to inventory, secure, audit, manage, and access all servers in the IT infrastructure can now be brought to bear on instances in the cloud as well."
VPC  privateclouds  via:botchagalupe  itmanagementguys  itmanagement  enterprise  cloud  Amazon  EC2 
august 2009 by cote
Amazon does virtual private clouds
"It would be interesting to see Amazon AWS move from cloud to virtual private cloud to on-site private clouds as it builds out its business, and if customers are hesitant to use the VPC offering except for application test and development and maybe some Web services, it is reasonable to expect that Amazon will start deploying infrastructure locally for the big IT organizations that are willing to pony up the space and cash to get it." Hmm... get them into straight-up outsourcing of IT - not sure Amazon would be up to that, but someone like HP, IBM, &co. sure.
Amazon  AWS  EC2  itmanagementguys  VPN  enterprise 
august 2009 by cote
Amazon Web Services Blog: Introducing Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
"Imagine the many ways that you can now combine your existing on-premise static resources with dynamic resources from the Amazon VPC. You can expand your corporate network on a permanent or temporary basis. You can get resources for short-term experiments and then leave the instances running if the experiment succeeds. You can establish instances for use as part of a DR (Disaster Recovery) effort. You can even test new applications, systems, and middleware components without disturbing your existing versions."
amazon  vpn  cloud  itmanagementguys  enterprise  hybrid 
august 2009 by cote
Survey: App dev budgets increasing
For software customization and integration, Microsoft Dynamics/SharePoint was the most-used platform, by 42 percent of those polled. Oracle and SAP followed with 38 percent and 29 percent, respectively.
numbers  devlrel  enterprise  software  sap  budgets  sharepoint  oracle 
august 2009 by cote
Google offers on-site services to Search Appliance buyers
Not really a big deal in itself, but people are always curious to see Google be more enterprise friendly. Well, here's a bone for you.
google  search  googlemini  gsa  behindthefirewall  enterprise 
august 2009 by cote
Development Frameworks and the Enterprise
In the post Java/.Net duopoly, where are other frameworks - esp. dynamic language ones - fitting in behind-the-firewall?
java  rails  zend  php  dynamiclanguages  enterprise 
july 2009 by cote
Hartford - OWASP
Hmm, actually looks interesting if you're in the North East in Sep. 2009.
conferences  enterprise  developers  enterprisesoftware  architecture 
june 2009 by cote
Zenoss Releases New Version of its Enterprise IT Monitoring Product; Guarantees 50% Cost Savings Over Traditional Solutions - Commercial Open Source Application, Systems and Network Monitoring - Zenoss
"The company is backing Zenoss Enterprise implementations with an industry-first guarantee of 50% or more cost savings on licensing, maintenance, and deployment compared to traditional products from HP, IBM, CA, and BMC.* 'Zenoss' customer base continues to grow as HP, IBM, CA and BMC customers say enough is enough,' said Bill Karpovich, co-founder and CEO of Zenoss."
Zenoss  enterprise  redmonkclients  pricing  big4  little4  itmanagement  itmanagementguys 
june 2009 by cote
The Future of Collaborative Networks
"As a result the industry has seen a bevy of enterprise social software suite vendors returning to the 1990s with product development that is driven by feature checklists.... 'Social profiles: check. Friending: check. Blogs: check. Tagging: check....' This approach to software development does not work. The resulting application suites are monolithic, inflexible, not extensible, expensive to scale and are invariably difficult, if not impossible, to integrate with other enterprise technologies. This class of software forces business users to adopt the myopic social visions imagined by the developers, which are nearly identical to their corresponding consumer web implementations. In short, social software is not solving business problems."
via:email  mindtouch  wiki  enterprise  enterprise2.0  redmonkclients 
june 2009 by cote
True. This! The Den is mightier than the Board
"Consumerization of technology should be a broad manifesto for change in corporate IT and enterprise vendors. Let’s face it – we are slower, uglier, exorbitantly expensive, obsessed with security and compliance."
Consumerization  IT  enterprise  cases  via:EnterpriseIrregulars 
may 2009 by cote
Adapting Legacy Applications to Multicore Servers by Wall Street & Technology
"The catch is that as firms roll out the new servers, including the current quad-core servers, they won't see performance improvements for their legacy single-threaded programs -- unless they do some finessing. Fortunately the chip manufacturers -- as well as grid, virtualization and multi-thread software vendors -- all have jumped in to offer solutions to this problem, and Wall Street firms, including brokerage AVM, already have begun exploring these options." Here's the deal: multi-core is great, more horse-power. Most applications, enterprise and other, are geared to run single-core, though, and fixing them up to take advantage of multi-core ain't easy or cheap.
itmanagementguys  itmanagement  enterprise  parallel  multicore  Digipede 
march 2009 by cote
thingamy: Does enterprise software induce sadness?
"Business, enterprise is all about creating value, helping people, making people happy, safe, richer, fed, cured and all that great and positive stuff - so where the heck is the passion and the fun when one is instrumental in all of this positiveness?"
enterprise  via:twitter  enterprisesoftware 
february 2009 by cote
Organisations still don't know much about data protection • The Register
While it may be self-serving, what if you halfed the numbers in the survey? Even then it'd be terrible.
pwc  numbers  privacy  security  enterprise 
january 2009 by cote
Can you get by for a week with just an iPhone?
Working off an iPhone for a week: "I did need to borrow a friend's laptop twice. The first time I needed to send an email containing a URL -- I really hate the fact that the iPhone doesn't have a copy/paste feature. The second time I needed to send a calendar invitation. Although I can create calendar events and accept/decline invitations, the iPhone doesn't allow me to send invitations. Other major limitations of the iPhone include lack of the VPN client I need to access our SharePoint site, and limitations associated with reading Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents."
iphone  gadgets  apple  enterprise 
january 2009 by cote
Apache ESME
An enterprise Twittering platform, now in the Apache incubator. Good job, there.
apache  via:twitter  opensource  twitter  enterprise  sap  esme 
december 2008 by cote
Twitter / Matthias Zeller: @cote - That's right. We d ...
"That's right. We decided to productize Genesis functionality as part of the LiveCycle product family. More info to come."
livecycle  adobe  genesis  enterprise  dashboards  portlets 
december 2008 by cote
Amazon Web Services to Add Monitoring, Load Balancing and Auto-Scaling
Charlie does a nice job of summarizing a longer, denser post on the topic.
amazon  cloud  itmanagement  enterprise  itmanagementguys  SLA 
october 2008 by cote
ILOG Elixir
IBM now owns this. Flex, ho!
ilog  adobe  elixir  flex  ria  enterprise  ibm  m&a 
july 2008 by cote
Global data roaming costs sink iPhone 3G use for enterprises
"Until we have an international data rate plan that isn't extortion, we're holding off deployment of iPhone 3G," said the IT manager. "IPhone sucks down data like no tomorrow."
iphone  enterprise  at&t  cellphones 
july 2008 by cote
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