ˈpætɚns Probably almost every time we are starting to understand and to solve a general problem, we will ask ourselves, am I the first one who is facing that problem, or have there been others who in the end either failed or succeeded. This is particularly true, if I am highly uncertain whether my own […]
Abstract of our book about how to develop, build, deploy, and run applications on Kubernetes In March 2021, we both embarked on a thrilling journey by writing a book on “Kubernetes Native Development – Develop, Build, Deploy, and Run Applications on Kubernetes”. The book covers a topic that is especially relevant for everyone that decided […]
Introduction In this article series we are going to build together a sample cloud-native IoT architecture, called Bobbycar, based on the Red Hat OpenShift Container platform and a lot of other relevant technologies. The first part of the series should provide you with the necessary background on IoT-, Edge- and Cloud Computing and also briefly […]
Why and how I considered Wardley Maps a perfect tool to foster a good strategic alignment from leadership to execution and from business strategy to organisational execution.
Wikipedia says: “A Wardley map is a map of the structure of a business or service, mapping the components needed to serve the customer or user. Wardley maps are named after Simon Wardley who created the technique at Fotango in 2005 having created the evolutionary framing the previous year.”