In our last post on cloud architectures, I covered a simple one-node Oracle Transportation Management instance on Amazon Web Services using EC2. This OTM cloud hosting configuration is well-suited to a development environment and is a very inexpensive option for teams that have on-staff database administration skills. For teams that do not have the
While Tsipras and his Syriza coalition have been busy in Greek parliament, the Internet has been a-buzz with speculation that their platform will result in a Greek exit from the Euro currency. This prospect, affectionately dubbed "Grexit" by Citi in February, has been making the rounds on Twitter under the hashtag #grexit. We think the
As I mentioned on Monday, I'll be starting a series of posts on Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) in the cloud. In the first stage of these posts, I'll be covering the set of feasible architectures given the infrastructure offerings at Amazon Web Services. And, as you might expect, we'll be starting with the simplest
I wanted to update readers to let them know of an upcoming post series on Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) in the cloud. Oracle Transportation Management is a powerful solution for businesses or 3PLs that need to take control of their supply chain planning and execution. While many organizations continue to run OTM in a
The NATO summit is currently being held in Chicago, and, as is typical for NATO or G# summits, the streets and tweets are full of dissent. In the spirit of my past investigations of online dissent (#jan25, #25bahman, #12fev, #wiunion, #cn220, #march15), I thought I would investigate the #nonato tag, where Twitter users around
Let's say you've used my Python script to automate the download of a hashtag or search phrase from Twitter (in a Unicode safe way, unlike within R). Now let's say you want to visualize the number of tweets over time. Easy enough - I've also shared this R/ggplot2 code that accomplishes the task. However, let's say
You may have noticed that I keep talking about eDiscovery consulting and legal search in the cloud. I've covered searching the Supreme Court with new technologies in analytics and the cloud, making certain types of emails searchable on Amazon's cloud, and even eDiscovery and the cloud at a high level. While these posts are
After six years of static HTML, it finally became apparent that this site needed a real CMS. Please excuse the construction while we settle in to our new home.