SYS-CON Events announced today that delaPlex will exhibit at SYS-CON's
@ThingsExpo, which will take place on June 7-9, 2016, at the Javits Center in
New York City, NY.
delaPlex pioneered Software Development as a Service (SDaaS), which provides
scalable resources to build, test, and deploy software. It's a fast and more
reliable way to develop a new product or expand your in-house team.
Since 2008, delaPlex has built a solid reputation developing and managing
cloud, mobile, and commercial application software for "software-centric"
companies that depend on continuous software development to drive revenue and
growth. Their clients range from small startups to global enterprises.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with ISO 9001:2008 certified and HiPAA
compliant facilities in Nagpur, India, delaPlex provides a globally blended,
service-based approach to innovative softw... (more)
In December 2006 I blogged on the topic of Explaining SOA to the Business
Audience. It started out "I note resurgent interest in LegoTM blocks as a
metaphor for explaining to the business audience the value of SOA. My advice
is don't treat the business audience as dummies!" The blog goes on to explain
business services using the Laundry metaphor, and how business people get the
concept because they understand "services".
However, while my explanation was and remains perfectly okay, I will be the
first to admit that I have moved on. The basic service model works perfectly,
but in... (more)
Read JDJ's 2004 Predictions by i-Technology Leaders Feature Story Read The
End of Middleware by Jonathan Schwartz Read From the Founding Editor by Steve
In the world of IT, outsourcing is either the dirtiest word you can utter or
a brilliant one; it's all about who says it to whom and where it is said.
No matter who uses it, it is a word most often said in private. When
corporate managers use the word, it is always mentioned in a most
confidential fashion as a potential cost-cutting tactic, a magic bullet to
When technical people use the word in public ... (more)
Frugal and Agile DevOps - the Cloud Computing Advantage
Accomplish much more, very rapidly, while spending less -- this is the
business technology trend that savvy executives everywhere have embraced.
Worldwide IT spending will reach a total $3.7 trillion in 2014, that's a 2.1
percent increase from last year, according to the latest global market study
This forecast, however, is down from their earlier projections of 3.2 percent
What's driving the ongoing transition to lower business technology spending?
The slower outlook for 2014 is attributed to a reduction ... (more)
Jon Biedermann's DonorPerfect Blog
Cloud computing, as I define it, is the ability for organizations to rent
computer time and space from the "cloud computing" services such as those
from Amazon and Google. It is generally viewed as an alternative to either
hosting your own infrastructure yourself, or outsourcing your infrastructure
but managing it yourself (in essence, a private "cloud").
Here at DonorPerfect, we employ the private cloud strategy, because we feel
that we are experts in software management, but not hardware. As such, we
manage the software, and rely on expertise fr... (more)
Cloud Computing on Ulitzer
"I believe commercial solutions - whether its Google’s cloud or Amazon’s
web services - may be perfect for many companies. But some corporations and
government agencies are not going to be comfortable outsourcing their
information and services to the Internet-based cloud," said Jill Tummler
Singer, Deputy CIO of the Central Intelligence Agency, on Tuesday, at
SYS-CON's 1st Annual GovIT Expo, in the event's opening keynote.
"For agencies like mine," Singer (pictured below) continued, "and for many
corporations, keeping such precious gems in our own posse... (more)