Platform Engineering

We regularly write about our technical experiences (good and bad) and what we're learning from the market.

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    Empowering Business with a Platform Architecture Approach

    Posted by Graeme Perrins on 26 October 2018

    Architecture, platforms, strategy

    Deloitte Platform Engineering has built experience and knowledge of delivering complex solutions that span organisational domains. These large scale, cross domain solutions bring added complexities to delivery. Our experience shows that by taking a different view to the problem you can deliver more than just a...

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    Credit Assessment & Social Data — Part 2: Using Social Indicators

    Posted by Anindya Roy on 22 October 2018

    process, credit, strategy, banking

    Following my previous post (Part 1 - Traditional Credit Rating) you hopefully now know your credit score and you have mastered the art of managing your credit score. Now brace yourself — what if I tell you that you probably shouldn’t be too excited about it? Read on.

    Problems With Traditional Credit Scoring

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    Credit Assessment & Social Data — Part 1: Traditional Credit Rating

    Posted by Anindya Roy on 16 October 2018

    process, credit, strategy, banking

    We live in a time where trust is gold. One aspect of trust is credit worthiness. This topic has evolved and has been thought through socially and philosophically since ancient times. In this three-part blog, I am going to talk about credit worthiness in our modern world. I will talk about assessment of financial...

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    Containers Crossing the Chasm

    Posted by Saul Caganoff on 14 September 2018

    strategy, containers, docker, kubernetes, PaaS

    Containers and allied mechanisms for application lifecycle management and orchestration are gaining a huge amount of attention in the tech community. A few recent surveys show that developers are the early adopters of this technology with operational use set to gain further traction in the next twelve months.

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    Reassessing Credit Assessment

    Posted by Julia Matheson on 31 August 2018

    Architecture, process, strategy, banking, innovation, decisions

    Australia has one of the highest rates of personal debt in the world. Estimates indicate that the average Australian owns at least 1 credit card and that roughly 57% of our $2 trillion personal debt is attributable to mortgages. These statistics lend themselves to the assumption that majority of Australians have at...

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