NEWS & BLOG
We are happy to announce that our CTO, Ciaran Treanor, will be speaking at the upcoming Predict Conference in Dublin on 3rd October 2017.
There is a bewildering array of data visualisation and business intelligence platforms on the market today. At Sonalake we review the players regularly and during our latest refresh we stopped counting when we reached 70!
We are pleased to introduce the latest version of Sonalake’s open source Verax IPMI Library (2.0.0). The most significant changes include support for Serial Over LAN (SOL).
Total Telecom recently reported on a transformational project delivered by Sonalake in close collaboration with its client enet.
Most software companies eventually reach a point of wanting to grow R&D capacity outside of their original core development centre. A less obvious benefit of distributed development is its catalytic effect in evolving the development process and culture [...]
Hypermedia APIs in Web Applications By Jonathan Duggan, Daniel Bray | posted on 20/06/2017 Perhaps the hardest problem to solve when writing REST APIs is managing how those APIs evolve over time. Our goal is to [...]
180° – A review of Spring ‘17 at Sonalake Welcome to our regular summary of recent highlights, as we move into summer with a spring in our step. New faces and places Like many of [...]
Sonalake's Graduate Programme recognised at Tech Excellence 2017 We are delighted to be winners at Tech Excellence 2017. On Thursday May 18th at the gala dinner our Telecommunications MD Niall Halpenny received the Professional Development [...]
Sonalake shortlisted in 3 categories at Tech Excellence Awards We're delighted to be shortlisted in 3 categories at the upcoming Tech Excellence Awards taking place on May 18th. Hosted by Tech Central and now in [...]
Considerations for Business Intelligence & Performance Monitoring Success Over the last 10 years we have analyzed 70 suppliers of Business Intelligence (BI) and Performance Monitoring (PM) products, alongside the entire process of deploying such solutions [...]