Archive for March, 2010

Location Intelligence At Solutions Linux

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

The presentation on Location Intelligence I gave at Solutions Linux last week is now online on slideshare … Location Intelligence: when Business Intelligence meets Cartography Many thanks to all the ones who attended to it and to OW2 for the great organization of the event. I would also thank Altic, one of our technological partner, […]

OW2 at Solutions Linux 2010

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

I’m back from Paris where I attended Solutions Linux exhibition and OW2 events last week. Very important to be there because it is the right place in Europe to meet OS, to network with people and follow-up previous contacts. Not so much novelties, but friends and improvement for everyone. About OW2, I was a little […]

Notes from Solutions Linux 2010

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

I just returned from Solutions Linux 2010 in Paris, and I have some considerations on what I saw. A lot of vendors is proposing similar solutions, for example as project leader of Spagic I was encircled by competitors working on the theme of Open Source SOA: there was PetalsLink with their Petals ESB solution, BonitaSoft […]

EclipseCon 2010…

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

This is my first post in this blog and what a better occasion to write about EclipseCon 2010, which will start on Monday 22 March. I’m going to present the two upcoming Eclipse projects sponsored by Engineering eBPM and eBAM. Who has already met me knows that I’m a passionate Eclipse programmer and supporter, since […]

Open Quality

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

With this post I’m starting my new adventure in the SpagoWorld blog. I’m going to write, mainly, for the so called Open Quality category, which purpose is to collect the investigations about Quality and Open Source relationship. As directly involved on these two elements (Quality and Open Source) my personal aim is to make them […]

Open Source Business Intelligence

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

What a better occasion to write this first post on this new OS BI blog than attending and presenting at Solutions Linux 2010 in Paris, France. Not a long time ago open source BI companies were taking in conferences like this their initial steps to propose the open source alternative to the market. Few years […]

Location Intelligence

Monday, March 15th, 2010

What a better place than my first post on the blog to introduce the topic I would like to talk about from now on:  Location Intelligence. Location Intelligence (LI) is the capacity to organize and understand complex events through the use of geographic relationships inherent in all information. “80% of all data stored in corporate […]