Boyle Software is looking for a full-time, senior Hybris Java Developer with Spring experience in New York City. Experience working with Hybris is required and development team lead experience is a major plus. Continue reading
CEO Frank Zimmerman, who leads arvato Systems’ North American division, sums up neatly the company’s involvement in the YaaS project:
eCommerce powerhouse hybris recently announced the release of its new cloud platform: YaaS (“hybris as a Service”). Currently in beta, the platform is set to be launched at the end of August, 2015. YaaS is a completely new product, disconnected from the existing hybris Commerce Suite. It allows companies to build, connect, share, and market eCommerce-related micro-services. Its architecture is all based on RESTful micro-services, accessed and controlled by OAuth authentication. The platform already contains a set of core and commerce services: a document repository, a message queue service, an email service, product/category/cart/tax services, and a checkout mashup service, among others.
Most positions are based here in New York City or nearby in the tri-state area. Smart local developers with a passion for open source technologies should check out our various opportunities and email us their resumes!
Google recently stopped sales of the Glass prototype which has been available for a couple of years, and announced that the product will be moved out of the research oriented Google X unit and into a separate division for continued development.
There has been a lot of press speculating what this all means for the future of Glass, but for the most part it seems like this is just the first step in seeing a broader, more consumer-oriented release. Instead of focusing on the consumer aspect though, I wanted to share a couple of links which highlight possible business applications for the device, specifically in B2C and B2B commerce.
We’re happy to share a video recording of our recent TechTalk on our integration of SAP’s hybris ecommerce platform with CoreMedia’s Web content management solution. In this 39-minute video, our VP of Back-end Development Lane Liles takes you through a demo of the basic integration and answers questions about the project.
The next in our series of TechTalks will feature Lane Liles, our VP of Back-end Development, talking about his recent integration of SAP’s ecommerce platform hybris with CoreMedia’s fantastic content management system. This event will take place at 6pm on Thursday, October 2nd, and be held – as usual – at our HQ offices in Manhattan. All BSI family, friends, and clients are welcome! Please follow the RSVP instructions below…
Our friends at arvato Systems North America recently announced an exciting partnership with hybris Labs. They have joined forces to form a joint research and development team focused on solving future commerce problems today.
One of the recent projects to come out of hybris Labs is the Smart Wine Shelf. This is an Internet of Things (IoT) application which supplements traditional brick-and-mortar commerce with an application and “smart wine shelf” to help customers choose a wine which matches their interest, and provide retailers with a wealth of market research data. Continue reading