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Blockchains Complement ERP Platforms

  Manufacturers face complex production bottlenecks on a daily basis.  Our systems are already designed to mitigate the high premium we place on inventory control, lead times. Blockchain mediums, within integrating systems, have changed slightly .

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Time to Start Talking about Blockchain

I remember the first time I undertook an EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) integration project.  It was 1999, I had recently changed the course of my post-Army career from a Novell Certified Network Engineer to programming.  I’m sitting in front of .

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Microsoft SQL Server on Linux: An Initial Look

There have been a number of stunning developments recently in the Microsoft world.  We’ve known since March that SQL Server was coming to Linux, so the November preview release wasn’t a complete surprise.  .NET Core already is bringing Microsoft’s .

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Tagged With: SQL Server

Using Dockers to Automate Applications

What is Docker? Docker automates the deployment of applications inside software containers, by providing an additional layer of abstraction and automation of operating system level virtualization on Linux or Windows Server. What does this mean?

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Harnessing the Power of your ERP for Machine Learning (part 3)

Part III:  Making Machine Learning Happen In the previous two parts, we covered the ground of the benefits of machine learning and how to stand up a development test environment using one of the available open source stacks.  In this part, we get .

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Tagged With: Sage X3

Harnessing the Power of your ERP for Machine Learning (part 2)

Part II:  Building an Elasticsearch Test Environment In this part and the next, we’ll explore a simple test set up of an Elastic stack, and use Node.js to interface with Sage X3.  This is a surface-level skim, not a deep delve into intricacies you .

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Harnessing the Power of your ERP for Machine Learning (part 1)

Part I:  Collect Everything via Integration At some point, an organization may want to consider Machine Learning, especially for those operating in a Business to Consumer (B2C) environment, but possibly for some Business to Business (B2B) .

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