Martin Wilson, of Asset Bank has contributed a feature article to DAM News: How Microservices And Cloud Services Are Changing DAM. In the item, Martin describes what Microservices are, their recent upsurge in popularity and how they are likely to change the DAM software landscape quite significantly:
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This feature article was contributed by Martin Wilson, founder of Asset Bank.
“Her husband works in software – something to do with microservices”. It was when I overheard a non-techie friend of mine saying this in a soft-play area that I realised microservices have become mainstream. Although …Continue reading »
In this detailed article titled, Attributes of Effective DAM Vendors in 2021, DAM News editor Ralph Windsor casts a wide net deep into the choppy waters of Digital Asset Management and invites us to take a closer look at the challenges and opportunities faced by vendors as technology trends …Continue reading »
This feature article was written by DAM News Editor, Ralph Windsor.
Recently, there has been an unprecedented level of interest from investors who wanted to acquire or take significant positions in DAM vendors. There are a lot of similarities between purchasing a DAM system to use and acquiring …Continue reading »
This feature article has been contributed by DAM News Editor, Ralph Windsor.
Over the last year or so, the level of interest shown in Digital Asset Management software by investor interests (of one sort or another) appears to have increased quite significantly. I now get calls and connection …Continue reading »
This two part special feature article on the implications of Covid-19 for the Digital Asset Management Industry has been written by DAM News Editor, Ralph Windsor. Part Two is also now available to read.
Lockdowns and The Economic Context of Covid-19
The Covid-19 pandemic has self-evidently had a …Continue reading »
Over the last year or so, I have been reading a number of articles about Content Services, a term allegedly coined by analysts Gartner (although I have my doubts as to its true provenance). A few weeks ago, I discussed Magan Arthur’s article about Business Object Management where it was …Continue reading »
ECM and DAM commentator, Magan Arthur has recently written an article which he has titled: The End of Digital Content Management and the Need for Business Object Management. I don’t necessarily agree with all of it, however, I do concur with a great deal of what he says. It …Continue reading »
In the previous article of this two part series, I talked about the risks the DAM industry faced in-relation to building on core infrastructure that was owned by other larger suppliers who could exert power and influence in ways that were not wholly positive, including (but not limited to) …Continue reading »
Media solutions outfit IPV has just announced the release of a new version of its asset management system. Presented as an all-in-one media asset management suite, Curator 2.0 is due to be showcased at the 2018 NAB show in Las Vegas.
I’m not overly keen on name-dropping as it often …Continue reading »
I am currently involved in writing requirements analysis and specifications for several Digital Asset Supply Chain (DASC) projects. There are some interesting themes I have observed recently in-relation to the politics of managing their implementation which might be instructive for others planning similar initiatives.
Before I get into the detail …Continue reading »