Noam Herzenstein

About Noam Herzenstein

Noam Herzenstein is GigaSpaces Director of Product Marketing. He previously worked at NICE Systems and BMC Software. He has a LL.B. in Law from Tel Aviv University and an MBA from the University of Maryland.

How to Accelerate Digital Transformation

By |2022-09-07T12:29:35+00:00August 28, 2022|

For the past few years, enterprises across various industries and around the globe have been implementing strategies that help them automate manual workflows and streamline processes. The digital transformation trend is bigger than ever, and everyone is trying to get in on it. According to Gartner’s IT Roadmap for [...]

Shortening Time to Value with Data Integration

By |2022-09-07T12:30:26+00:00August 25, 2022|

To maintain a competitive edge, businesses must provide new services with ultra-fast responses to customers. For many enterprises, this involves modernizing their legacy infrastructure, to provide more responsive and innovative services at scale. During this modernization, they will decide what portion of their data remains in its current home, [...]

IT teams, do you have what it takes? Accelerating digital applications on top of traditional systems

By |2022-05-02T13:47:51+00:00May 2, 2022|

As Covid-19 transformed society, IT departments scrambled to reshape operations and adapt the way they handle data management and access. One thing is sure – there is no going back to the way the world was per-Covid.  The genie is out of the bottle when it comes to how customers [...]

Digital Integration Hub (DIH): A Digital Transformation Game changer

By |2022-05-16T07:01:37+00:00December 26, 2021|

This article provides key highlights from our ‘Introduction to DIH’ webinar series. For the complete information on the new DIH concept and architecture we invite you to register to watch the full webinar on-demand here. Data nowadays is taking center stage in the business world. Decision-makers have realized that they [...]

How a Next Generation Operational Data Store (ODS) Drives Digital Transformation

By |2022-04-20T10:13:31+00:00November 11, 2021|

In a previous blog post, we discussed the rising concept of what Gartner has coined a Digital Integration Hub (DIH). In fact, many people view the DIH as an evolved Operational Data Store (ODS) for historical reasons. In this post, we’ll explore the origin of the ODS, and its [...]

Digital Integration Hub: The Architecture of Digital Transformation

By |2021-07-27T11:30:51+00:00July 27, 2021|

For most businesses, the road to digital transformation has been a bumpy one, with non-unified data stores and multiple systems of record implemented over the years due to ongoing business requirements. Digital transformations are never easy and even more challenging than traditional change efforts. Without the proper planning and analysis [...]

Why the Shift to Cloud-Native Doesn’t Mean Losing Your Legacy Infrastructure Investments

By |2021-05-31T13:45:23+00:00May 26, 2021|

This question will inevitably come up when an organization opts to make the leap to cloud environments: what will become of their investments in legacy data center infrastructure?  This concern is well warranted. Enterprises in traditional industries have often made significant investments in data centers and server equipment. In addition [...]

Mainframe Modernization Challenges and Strategy

By |2022-09-13T08:18:53+00:00May 13, 2020|

The mainframe is still not dead. But it could definitely use some modernization Those of you who are computer history buffs may remember the insightful 1996 documentary film Triumph of the nerds that tells the story of the invention of personal computers and how they changed the world. This documentary [...]

In-Memory Data Grids, Databases and Moving to the Cloud

By |2022-09-13T08:15:36+00:00May 7, 2020|

Clarifying the In-Memory Conundrum In-Memory Computing has been available in the market since the late 1990s. Some of the first commercial solutions were launched by GigaSpaces in 2000, and later by Tangosol in 2001 (Tangosol was acquired by Oracle in 2007). The Increase in network speed, computer power, and [...]