It’s been a busy year in the Enterprise Information Systems space. With over 75 posts this year, our in-house experts found themselves face to face with big changes and an abundance of great information to share. We sifted through that content and present to you the Top 10 EIS posts of 2015.
Internally, Perficient was dealing with a growing amount of revenue and payments and chose to use Cognos Incentive Compensation Management (ICM). This post explains why we chose it and how we went about implementation.
In 2015, business spending continued its shift toward a customer focus with operational spending in decline. This post talked about the importance of investing in the customer experience.
Eight | Will Spark Replace Hadoop?
There was much discussion over whether Apache Spark would replace Hadoop. This post discusses the question you should really be asking about data.
Splunk CEO Godfrey Sullivan announced that he would be handing over the CEO reins to Doug Merritt.
NoSQL database are highly scalable, provide great performance, and store and process large amounts of data at high speeds. This post discusses one big concern: security.
This post investigated how an enterprise should proceed when Hadoop is no longer the only option.
When you find yourself with a fully functional system on the Test instance, you may want to migrate everything to production. This post shows you how to do that.
Three | The End of IT?
The stars seem to be aligning for the infrastructure as code paradigm to be widely adopted. If self-healing and elf-correcting systems are possible, does that mean the end of IT?
The default error messages are tailored for IT rather than business users. This post explains how to customize these for easier comprehension
In April, Oracle released Data Sync, a utility that facilitates the process of loading data from various on-premise sources into BI Cloud Services. In this post, we shared the three main steps to follow when designing data loads in Data Sync.