The Greater Sum… Let’s Talk!

The value of the ‘Whole’ is greater than the value of parts put together! does that sound paradoxial? But yes, thats very true & logical. “When you combine the ever-growing power of devices and the increasing ubiquity of the Web, you come up with a sum that is greater than its parts”. When silos break and synergy is established, the possibilities & opportunities explode. SaaS (Software + Services) is all about these possibilities.
Aristotle’s Metaphysics – Unity reconsidered
 1+1 = 11
The Synergism Hypothesis explains the evolutionary imapct. So ready to evolve?
Let’s Talk…

Oslo again…

Models! Models! Models! thats all what matters… I like working with models ( but Canis lupus familiaris  vision – only 2D 🙂 ) & diagrams partly because I have been good at drawing & painting during my school days and also because models make me think, be imaginative and be creative. Creative writing is possible but black & white letters are not my passion. I wonder what “Quadrant” looks like as I haven’t used it but just read about it, I am sure it will be fun working with quadrant. Oslo: That’s SOA platform? or Onion as someone said? Whatever, all techie mojo but I am a dreamer and I love models.

Cloud Computing


Microsoft announced its new platform that will transform the way applications are being developed and being deployed. The complexities are removed with no need to think about softwares and versions. Reliability and Security still continue to be major obstacles. 

Cloud computing is Internet based computing i.e. development using the Inter-Net. The Infrastructure needs will be provided in form of SaaS, with minimal dependency on large scale infrastucture deplyments for Software Projects. This platform being more efficient and optimized in all aspects will focus on delivering value early to customers. It doesn’t mean every product will see market growth or increased customer base as this trasnsformation will tend to eliminate those IT products that are non-standard heavy infrastructure investments, and will focus on the products that are of real business value. I hope developers will have a great time on this new technology.

Nikhil Kothari, under his weblog has provided good insight into Cloud Computing and Windows Azure