Easily create a cloud batch job using AWS and Boxfuse
I was looking for a way as simple as AWS Lambda to run a batch job on AWS. These were my requirements: fully automated compilation, deployment and scheduling Not with Docker, it’s too much hassle for what I want to achieve on AWS, because they rock Simple, plain vanilla Java, no boiler plating, no imposed […] Continue reading
Top 10 most valuable brands
Interesting to see how the top ten is changing Facebook and Amazon entered the top ten full force IBM is probably on it’s way out Google tops Apple 8 out of 10 companies are technology companies [listly id=”1Ab0″ layout=”full” per_page=”25″ show_item_numbers=”false” show_list_stats=”false” show_list_badges=”false” show_list_headline=”false” show_author=”false” show_item_tabs=”false” show_item_filter=”false” show_item_sort=”false” show_item_layout=”false”] Continue reading
Bitcoin exchange Bitstamp gets license in Luxemburg.
After a long period on the rumour mill, something significant finally happened yesterday: Bitstamp, a bitcoin exchange start-up got its license to operate as a fully regulated payment institution (PI) in Luxemburg. This is significant for three reasons: This will make Bitcoin a more accepted financial instrument in Europe Since Luxemburg is part of the […] Continue reading
Microservices and SOA
I’ve always had the impression that the microservices movement was trying nothing more than to apply SOA with common sense. Meaning, applying SOA without going overboard with tooling, for instance. And without the militaristic top-down approach. Etc. Martin Fowler put it much more eloquently in his talk during the goto; conference early last year. And […] Continue reading
I’m an enterprise architect and have been passionate about Mobile and Architecture for years.
Many years I’ve been designing Mobile apps and back-ends. Now I’m looking into the next shift: Big Data and Cloud and AI. Combined with Mobile this is bound to give interesting architectural challenges.