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Samir Ghosh

Samir Ghosh

Samir's passions include software, marketing, entrepreneurship, parenting, dogs, triathlons (swimming, biking, running), golf, photography, and nutrition. Samir has been a core member of 3 successful software startups, and management at Microsoft, IBM, and Procter & Gamble. He has lived and worked in US (NYC, Boston, Chicago, LA, San Francisco), Belgium, Holland, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Sweden. Samir loves helping tech companies from early startup through growth stages.

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9Mar 2015

Docker Adoption in the Enterprise

March 9th, 2015|Categories: Continuous Delivery, DevOps, Docker, PaaS|Comments Off on Docker Adoption in the Enterprise

Docker is hot!

Docker was the #2 “best overall open source cloud project” according to a survey by The Linux Foundation and The New Stack in July 2014.  Google Trends sheds some light, though, on the relatively new entrance and rapid acceleration of Docker versus OpenStack and “Virtualization”.

Docker trends

Google Trends - March 5, 2015

So, why is Docker so hot?

Software used to have a major delivery drag – it had to be delivered on some physical medium like tape, disk or download and then installed. Since software could only be consumed so quickly, […]

10Sep 2014

Apple “iWatch”

September 10th, 2014|Categories: New Technology|Comments Off on Apple “iWatch”

It’s hard to know with what to be more impressed — the watch, the technology, the design, the demo video, even the product videography that went into the video is amazing.  Apple still has it after Jobs — albeit, clearly, this product has been in development for years.  What I find myself wondering, is how many things will this disrupt?  I cringe for watchmakers (which have taken a beating from smartphones already) and fitness specialty watches.   Will this cannibalize, a bit, even smart phone usage?  With payment, what will I do with my Coin, […]

10Sep 2014

Webcast: Docker aPaaS for Enterprise Innovation: Are You Ready?

September 10th, 2014|Categories: DevOps, Docker|Comments Off on Webcast: Docker aPaaS for Enterprise Innovation: Are You Ready?


Docker aPaaS for Enterprise Innovation Here’s a link to the webcast I did on BrightTalk this morning.  Docker is hot. APIs are ubiquitous. aPaaS is finally gaining momentum. And Enterprises are facing increasing business challenges and complexity. How can these trends and technologies help? How does RAADD (Rapid API Application Development and Deployment) foster innovation and agility? How does Docker and Containerization really help optimize app workloads? Find out with Samir Ghosh, CEO of WaveMaker, as he gives you the end-to-end view of Docker aPaaS and […]

24Oct 2012

Social Fills Gap In Business Process Spectrum

October 24th, 2012|Categories: Collaboration, Email, Social|Comments Off on Social Fills Gap In Business Process Spectrum

Process Long Tail

Within a business, the collective processes can be viewed as a spectrum.  The more repetitive, team-oriented and generic, the more likely there will be a packaged line of business (LOB) application, like CRM, ERP, etc.  More proprietary processes, those linked to the business’s competitive advantage, will likely need BPM solutions or custom applications.  However, if a proprietary process is not highly repeatable, or does not involve many people, individuals tend to choose the tools used – email, spreadsheets, chat, etc.

Processes Matrix[…]

15Apr 2012

McKinsey’s MECE

April 15th, 2012|Categories: Best Practices, Problem Solving|Comments Off on McKinsey’s MECE

Forgive me if I’m stating something obvious.  I’m just surprised how often I see people (in all kinds of situations) make recommendations without providing any rationale behind their recommendations.  IMHO, this makes recommendations, and all the hard work and thought that went into them, virtually meaningless.  Always frame the problem first and start with the primary objective.

Marquee consulting firm McKinsey has an approach to problem framing called “MECE“.  This refers to “Mutually Exclusive and Collectively Exhaustive.”  The value is more in the philosophy than a specific approach.  Implementation can be done in many ways (outlines, graphics, […]

23Mar 2012

Collaboration Knowledge and Big Data

March 23rd, 2012|Categories: Collaboration, Knowledge Management|Comments Off on Collaboration Knowledge and Big Data

Gutenberg’s printing press initiated mass knowledge capture via books.  The Internet is enabling another monumental knowledge boon, but this is not limited to just web pages.  In fact, rapidly increasing pace, more multi-tasking, greater agility, and even shortening attention spans are moving us away from the era of large, heavy books or documents to an increasing amount of micro-content.  Major decisions and valuable knowledge can be found in micro-content including email, microblogging, and SMS mobile texting.  The question is: how much of it is useful knowledge and how much creates noise that just makes finding the useful stuff more challenging?