“Dumb pipes, smart endpoints”: The architecture to support growing business complexity

Posted By Simon Moss on Fri, August, 7th 2015 @ 02:05 PM

thFascinating changes on the horizon of the market. Alpha developers talking about a new architectural approach called “microservices”. Some bloggers voicing some musings, leading VCs in the Valley and East Coast talking, as well as a couple of the more visionary CIOs and large technology company technology labs. Delighted to see this trend – as it is an exact description…

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Pneuron’s microservices – CRN’s Emerging Vendor of 2015

Posted By Simon Moss on Fri, July, 24th 2015 @ 01:14 PM

Emerging Vendors 2015 LogoToday we are delighted to announce that CRN has recognized Pneuron as one of the “Vendors You Need to Know About”. Fantastic, and yet more recognition of the brilliant team and the innovations we have.

What we find interesting though is the category. Last month Gartner recognized Pneuron as one of the top emerging…

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Pneuron’s latest Funding Round

Posted By Simon Moss on Mon, July, 13th 2015 @ 12:03 PM

thSummary of Pneuron so far – strong traction in the market; exciting growth numbers; a technology that is exceeding every objective we set for it; a team from leadership to support that I can safely say is the strongest I have had the privilege to work with; growing market recognition and a market opportunity that continues…

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Innovation in the new technology market …ying and yang

Posted By Simon Moss on Wed, June, 17th 2015 @ 01:53 PM

thIt is fascinating to see the high tech engine that is the West Coast. The almost magical combination of Venture Capitalists, Entrepreneurs, and Marketers has produced countless household names in addition to a nontrivial number of up and coming companies who may lack the name recognition but sport very impressive valuations. Silicon Valley has long been seen as a hub…

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Agile Design: New frosting for an old cake?

Posted By Simon Moss on Mon, June, 1st 2015 @ 01:34 PM

Unknown-1“Agility” is a growing focus within modern enterprise solution design and deployments. If effectively focused, deployed and managed it offers great opportunity. If simply used to repackage or rebrand the way the enterprise has addressed project and deployment approaches of the past, its promise will not be realized.

By definition, “agility or agile design” is characterized by rapid changes in design, development, or delivery…

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Reconciling Big Data, IoT and a distributed world

Posted By Simon Moss on Thu, May, 14th 2015 @ 01:02 PM

imagesWe have been consistent that Big Data is often the rebranding of old data management and systems integration projects – with admittedly much faster processing capacity – and exploitation of the optics of the significant increase in data volumes coming from social media, telecommunications interactions and digital media. Our argument continues that the enterprise faces a much more significant issue than large…

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Gartner: Pneuron is a Big Data “Cool Vendor”.

Posted By Simon Moss on Tue, April, 28th 2015 @ 01:37 PM

res_339_coolVendor2015_refresh_outlinesAnother exciting milestone for the Pneuron team – this time being recognized by Gartner as one of its Cool Vendors of 2015. Most interestingly in the category of “Big Data”.

Doug Laney, Gartner VP Research, Analytics, Info Innovation & Big Data provided a solid, objective and clear acknowledgement of the power of our innovations and the opportunity that these innovations offer….

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Pneuron and HP Team to Deliver Big Data Value

Posted By Simon Moss on Tue, March, 31st 2015 @ 04:27 PM

TodUnknown-2ay’s HP news marks a key announcement for Pneuron – and a partnership we feel will demonstrate the real end-to-end potential of Big Data and Advanced Analytics. Specifically, this partnership offers an end-to-end combination of HP’s leading Big Data platforms and services with Pneuron’s innovative distributed solutions platform that together enable customers to conceive, design, build, and deploy solutions to meet…

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Pneuron in the press

Posted By Simon Moss on Sun, March, 22nd 2015 @ 09:31 PM

imagesBuilding a firm is a 24/7/365 job. Nate Lentz at Osage wrote a great blog article last week on the investment entrepreneurial team’s have to make to build a firm. Yet the excitement of building a great company with an amazing team is like a drug. New faces coming on board, new clients being delivered, and increasing recognition of the…

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“Real Time” BI – Really?

Posted By Simon Moss on Fri, March, 6th 2015 @ 10:46 PM

images-1A large number of applications call themselves “real time”. Are they really?

It’s a fascinating argument since it depends on the perspective from where you are looking at the problem. Of course streaming analysis, trading pricing systems, market data streaming, and arbitrage management can most certainly be considered real-time. Yet business intelligence, GRC and many reporting systems tend to call themselves real time when…

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The Internet of Things: Laws of the Digital Economy and the beginning of some difficult questions in the enterprise.

Posted By Simon Moss on Mon, February, 16th 2015 @ 01:26 PM

Big Data and IoT will offer some difficult challenges for the enterpriseIf Enterprise technologists don’t get a few of decisions right over the next half decade, they risk being locked out of perhaps the most transformative period in the history of the digital economy. The Internet of Things (IoT) and the increasing connectivity and explosion of technology interactions and end-points presents profound…

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What will 2015 bring?

Posted By Simon Moss on Thu, January, 8th 2015 @ 12:53 PM

This time of year the infosphere is full of projections about what will be happening over the next 12 months. So we thought we would give it a try. Don’t hold us to any of these of course, take them as informed guesses and focused at generating some reflection and critical thought. But I would be surprised if we are…

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The Value of Process. Pneuron defrauded – “almost”

Posted By Simon Moss on Mon, December, 1st 2014 @ 02:24 PM

images copy 9Usually this blog is for commentary about how the acceptance of orthodoxy and inertia continue to institutionalize tens of billions of dollars of inefficiency and redundancy in the enterprise market. It also highlights a different way of solving business problems – a way that our clients are delivering business value at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional…

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What Does Facial Hair Teach us About Big Data?

Posted By Simon Moss on Mon, November, 24th 2014 @ 12:20 PM

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Like a lot of other men of a certain age who are not part of the bearded hipster demographic, I recently found myself pondering my options in the shaving section of the local big-box pharmacy.   I had significantly more time to consider my options than would usually be the case as my teenager was shopping for a solution to a…

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Net Neutrality: Keep the Internet equal for all

Net Neutrality Posted By Simon Moss on Tue, November, 18th 2014 @ 12:15 PM

Net neutrality affects us all

Usually this blog speaks to examples highlighting a different way of solving business problems – a way that our clients are delivering business value at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional methods. Below we thought it important to pause, and address something that should both trouble and connect us all.

There seems to be…

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