AWS Honeycode

Honeycode is the low-code service in beta version being implemented by Amazon. Things I have noticed: The features are very basic, the templates available basic too. The customers using it are not top tier customers. It’s beta. The number of vacancies opened in is low and last role available is from April 2022. The … Read more

Print on Demand Services

Since 2015 – 2018 there are different print on demand services available around the world that enable designers to produce and commercialize their products in different geographic areas. The main products sold on this way are shirts, pullover hoddies, zip hoddies and other type of textile products. There are other vendors that offer mugs, caps, … Read more

Amazon, sensing engines (ILC: innovation – leverage – commoditize)

This is an example of the gameplay sensing engines, focused on how Amazon does it (basic explanation). ILC comes from “innovation – leverage – commoditize”, Let others to innovate. Use metadata to identify patterns (leverage). Commoditize the “pre-existing act”. This is the map: The summary about the “Amazon, sensing engines” map: Point 1: shaving machine … Read more

Amazon strategy

Background and purpose This post tries to translate some of the elements of Amazon’s strategy into Wardley Map syllabus. The strategy cycle This is the strategy cycle proposed by Simon Wardley, let’s see how Amazon works its own cycles. 1.- Purpose (who we are) Amazon is guided by four principles: customer obsession rather than competitor … Read more

Cloud Economics

I have completed this 3,5 hours training about the Cloud economics. During the course I completed this map, having the customer and its main needs on top, and the AWS capabilities provided down. Screenshots (I want to save for my poor memory)

AWS Well-Architected

One of the sections of “Reaching Cloud Velocity” book is the well architected framework, where so many best practices are explained on the context of the use of AWS. I found this table on this post that summarizes the principles and the current services that are key for each one of the pillars: Update April/2022 … Read more

Digital sovereignty borders

Coming from the post published by Simon Wardley Digital Sovereignty, I was thinking about some way to look at the situation at the right perspective. So here they come some initial toughs about what potentially could come. In my last post Government and Facebook conflicts, I point to some basic conflicts between governments and Facebook. … Read more