Or, should this title be If Data is Queen, then, Logic is King - Queen
(data) being the protected - in Object Oriented terms! Jokes apart, in the
last post, I talked about the importance of Data Structure, i.e., data model
and now you can understand why it is logical and important to talk about
You can't imagine any business application without a business logic/rule.
Yet, business rules are the most abused term and the least understood.
Everybody knows the importance of it, but sadly everyone has a cliched
understanding. In this post, I set out to articulate business rules in
general and also explain how we handle "Business Rules" in OrangeScape
Let us revisit basics for a minute. Any piece of software is ultimately
made of data and logic. That is the reason there "Data Structures
and Algorithms in College syllabus. And, our students ... (more)
There are a number of the Cloud Application Platforms out there.
This Gartner's report on PaaS lists some prominent PaaS platforms like
Azure, App Engine, Engine Yard, Force.com, Heroku, OrangeScape and few more.
And, that makes the life of CIO difficult in choosing the right PaaS for his
enterprise. A logical approach would be to look at key enterprise needs &
Unlike a software vendor, an end-user company i.e. an enterprise, is not in
the business of making money through software. Enterprises make money from
their core business, like making cars, selling insurance... (more)
Change. Continuous change is what we have witnessed, since computing began
way back in the 1960s. We have had many transformational waves on how the
software is built, deployed and accessed - from the COBOL and mainframes to
client/server and PCs, to the web, to multi-tier and the whole 9 yards of how
code was written, arranged, deployed and managed.
And, then, cloud came with the mother of all changes and changed everything
across the board. Not just technology change, but also brought about
innovative approaches to the business models and delivery models. Platform as
a Service... (more)
I was on a LinkedIn thread titled ‘How cloud computing is different from
SaaS‘ where Rick Chapman who runs SoftLetter and SaaS University went on
beating on this question ‘What is a private cloud’?
It is definitely worth it given the tremendous amount of confusion in the
term ‘Cloud’ in general and ‘Private Cloud’ in particular. The
motivation for this post is Rick and supported by a tweet I read around the
same time from ‘Carl Brooks‘ who is a technology writer on Cloud at
TechTarget. Let me give it a shot.
First, Cloud is about leveraging economies of scale whether it is public o... (more)
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