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E.G Nadhan

About Me

E.G.Nadhan is Chief Technology Strategist for the Central Region at Red Hat. He provides thought leadership on various concepts including Cloud, Big Data, Analytics and the Internet of Things (IoT) through multiple channels including industry conferences, Executive Round tables as well as customer specific Executive Briefing sessions. With 25+ years of experience in the IT industry selling, delivering and managing enterprise solutions for global corporations, he works with the executive leadership of enterprises to innovatively drive Digital Transformation with a healthy blend of emerging solutions and a DevOps mindset.  Follow Nadhan on Twitter and LinkedIn

#NRF2018 -- A Transformative Retail experience

When the customer is at the store looking for a product, the retailer must have all the relevant information about the customer’s purchasing patterns and tastes within easy reach, in order to make appropriate suggestions. But this is true for all retail channels. Just-in-time context with relevant information defines the business moment for the customer. It is not just about the data itself, but about the combination of staff perspectives applied to the synthesized data.

Big Data Must Be Collected Seamlessly Across Internet of Things (IoT) – Even When Drinking Coffee

Collecting data is most effective when it is done seamlessly across the Internet of Things. Want to join me for a cup of cappuccino? Be careful, you don’t know the information that might be collected about you. Here’s why

The real dilemma of ethics and IoT

Despite the ability to continuously collect data, is it possible to introduce the "gray thinking matter" into the IoT? Only humans can think like humans. The manner and extent to which ethics are applied defines our character and varies person to person. So, what could we do then to build ethics into the device that drives the trolley?

Your IT may have gone DevOps but how about your Business

Enterprises that proactively apply DevOps to the business are more likely to realize tangible returns from its adoption long term. Let us go back to the nine key phrases and get down to the Business of applying DevOps!

Business and IT wish Automation an innovative new 2018!

Consumers with access to technology at their fingertips expect a digital experience taking the need for automation to newer levels positioning 2018 to be an exciting year for realizing tangible outcomes from automation.  Why, you ask? Well, think about it -- this may very well be that single overarching term that brings the business and the technology mindset under the same umbrella with the common goal of enriching the experience of the end customer -- both external and internal. Let us join Business and IT in wishing Automation a Happy New Innovative 2018! 

Culture is the most effective tool for DevOps

DevOps is a way of life for people with the right mindset to embrace the culture to collaborate, while scientifically automating the continuous delivery of software features, with the rigor and discipline of continuous integration and a passion for continuous testing, while using the power of standardized tooling to continuously monitor everything being done.

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