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How to scale knowledge transfer and keep your daily business

In this document I describe one possible approach to scale the knowledge around a new technology into the organisation. I will show a way which is flexible enough to meet the personal needs. But which is managed enough to not leave people alone. And shield your staff from the daily business but on the other side avoid an impact to it.

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How to secure persistent data in a multitenant kubernetes environment

Introduction Today the world is changing rapidly with processes, application development and integration moving even faster. Workflows and their applications are highly automated and connect directly to private or shared data endpoints over the globe. Data growth, the distribution of data and connecting apps with the right Service Level Agreements (SLA) for availability, reliability and […]

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Why “Operate first” is important for your project

An interview with my colleagues Marcel Hild and Robert Bohne on new ways to apply Open Source principles to operating software. Ingo:   Hello Robert, hello Marcel! Nice to have you here! And today we have an interesting topic “operate first” and I’m very curious what that really means. So, Marcel and Robert, please introduce […]

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A Primer on Digital Sovereignty & Open Source

We explore Open Source as a Strategic Framework and how it is genuinely addressing Digital Sovereignty at various levels

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A Primer on Digital Sovereignty & Open Source

Part I of II – Exploring the Digital Sovereignty narrative Motivation and authority on the matter  For 3 decades I have been into Enterprise IT, designing, implementing and maintaining solutions at various layers of the “Digital Stack”. I did so always with a full life cycle perspective in mind and have lived and learned through […]

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Six months being an Open Sourcerer

How we came here Everyday we get in touch with the hottest trends in IT, try out thrilling (new) Open Source projects, and hear from our customers about the business perspective on technology. This has been happening for years now. We realized that all this knowledge and experience was more or less distributed across our […]

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Happy Easter from the Open Sourcerers Team!

Picture by Annie Spratt on Unsplash Today is Easter Monday and the Open Sourcerers Team wants to take this opportunity to wish you all a happy Easter. We do hope that even in our current situation you can find the opportunity to enjoy this holiday and recharge your batteries in the midst of family and […]

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Building a simple contextual chatbot with Rasa and OpenShift Pipelines

Introduction Conversational AI, which is a set of technologies that enable intelligent virtual assistants (IVA) like chatbots to interact with users, gained a lot of popularity in recent years. The potential use cases are vast – from smart speakers, like Google Home or Amazon Alexa, to customer service related tasks like answering questions, scheduling appointments […]

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How Open Source masters the vertical industry challenge

An Interview with Leslie Hawthorn, Open Source Program Office, Red Hat How does Open Source innovation work in vertical industry communities? To explore the inroads of Open Source Software in vertical industry use cases and applications I have invited a real expert in this field: Leslie Hawthorn, responsible for vertical community strategy in Red Hat’s […]

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A beginners guide to Open Source Innovation

How it started – How it’s going… When Open Source (or better: free software) started in the 1980ies, it was a movement to gain back control over devices and computers. In the early days, computers had been sold and the software was coming with it, source code included, so everyone could explore it.  But when […]