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Posts for category: Microservices

Tue, April, 2016 | Simon Moss

Cue the trombones, let’s orchestrate the business!

Harps are pretty to listen to, and we love the sound of classical piano music. Not long ago we went to a concert featuring superstar violinist Joshua Bell. He performed some solo pieces, but moved us to tears with his signature piece, Max Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, played with a full…


Tue, October, 2015 | Simon Moss

Proof of value, market evolution and the future becomes increasingly clear

One thing about an invention is that inertia and orthodoxy pushes back. Vested interests that make large amounts of money in the traditional ways, no matter how ineffective they are will try to undermine innovation. That’s what makes working at Pneuron so exciting – we can take on challenges, make commitments and solve problems considered…



Wed, September, 2015 | Simon Moss

www.pneuron.com, Breaking Out and Combining Micro-Services with Containers

Welcome to our new website – www.pneuron.com.  We particularly like the video on the home page – explains what we do in such beautifully simple terms. Pneuron is not complex – not supposed to be. We just make complex problems simple to solve by changing the way you look at them. Things are progressing very…


Fri, July, 2015 | Simon Moss

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

Today 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 vendors…



Tue, February, 2014 | Simon Moss

Analytics on the the Edge: The Internet of Things and Big Data

Icrunchdata publishes an excellent article from Tom Fountain (Pneuron) and Phil Moyer (Safeguard Scientifics) on “Data Analytics on the Edge” and how traditional centralization models, “Big” or otherwise, are not suited to solve the challenges created by the explosion of computing and technology platforms transforming customer interactions and operating models…. “Centralized Data Warehousing and Analytics…