01.12.2021 By Georg Benhöfer, Lars Zimmermann and Stephen Lorenzen
In addition to many other changes, the implementation of MaKo 2022 (Market Communication 2022) has also resulted in the introduction of a new market role: from 1 April 2022, the energy service provider (Energieserviceanbieter, ESA) will expand the range of roles in market communication. In our blog post, we reveal the potential to stimulate competition in metering and thus have a decisive influence on the entire energy sector.
30.11.2021 By Magdalena Stern
AI will have a significant impact on the future. It is important here to also take a look at the ethical aspects of artificial intelligence. In my blog post, I will explain exactly what issues AI ethics deals with and what different measures can be taken to create an ethically correct AI application.
26.11.2021 By Maria Kaufmann
We like to use apps a lot, and since the beginning of the pandemic we have been using them even more. There is a huge number of apps to choose from. Given this excessive number of apps, how can you make the right people aware of the right app? In my blog post, I provide an overview of app usage and demand and explain how to place the right app in the right place at the right time.
23.11.2021 By Daniel Lenzen
Applications often contain resources that should only be available to certain users. Management users, for example, administer the information of their employees, whereas sales users administer the information of their customers. This requires closed areas, access to which is controlled by permissions. In this blog post, I would like to show you how to manage these access permissions in Keycloak and how to assign them to groups of users.
17.11.2021 By Simon Schulte
Marketing automation is a buzzword. It’s intended to help digitalise various aspects of sales and, at the same time, professionalise marketing content. But what are the triggers for this type of change in thinking? How complex is it to access marketing automation and what benefits can it offer? In this blog post, I provide clarity on the topic and offer a possible starting point.
11.11.2021 By Frank Meyfarth
It’s critical to have all the information about a complex cloud infrastructure’s multitude of components in view at all times. In order to be able to offer our customers in the cloud environment a professional solution for monitoring and alerting, we’ve decided to partner with Datadog. I explain what this is all about in my blog post.
10.11.2021 By Michael Boxberg
BiPRO e.V. sees itself as the insurance industry’s institute for standardisation. Having been successfully implemented standards in the technical world of BiPRO RClassic, these standards have been used productively in the market for various processes and data exchange for quite some time. In this blog post, I explain how the BiPRO is taking a step forward with RNext, and not just in terms of technology.
09.11.2021 By Corinna John
How many kilometres of travel need to be saved to make a video conference ‘greener’ than a meeting or, in the end, isn't operating remotely generally much more resource-intensive than working traditionally on site? In my blog post, I introduce you to the Green Cloud Computing methodology and use the ‘video conference’ example calculation to answer the question of whether it is more environmentally friendly to attend a meeting on site or remotely from home.
02.11.2021 By Stephen Lorenzen and Lars Zimmermann
The increase in the share of renewable energies in electricity production makes new power plant deployment planning necessary in Germany. However, as the energy system has not yet been adapted to meet these requirements, the Redispatch 2.0 mechanism is being introduced. In our blog post, we explain what it is all about and why exactly redispatches are necessary.