SIA is an evolution of our previous project CELINE which goal was the integration of various inventory data sources into one application. Although CELINE was developed for Orange France, the project caught the attention of the whole Orange group. In particular, Orange Slovakia came up with a requirement not only to integrate their inventory-related data source but to use this data to answer seemingly simple questions: What would happen if a particular network element experiences an outage? Which services and customers might be affected and how will the outage spread through the network? We have developed SIA to answer these questions.
CELINE is an umbrella inventory management system that gathers data from Orange affiliates on their network infrastructure and presents it in a unified way. CELINE is used by GNOC (Global Network Operation Center), which is responsible for operating networks in various Orange affiliates. GNOC is using CELINE as a primary source of inventory-related data regarding the network infrastructure it maintains.
The DMS application is a centralized, web-based storage for all digital content; documents, photos, wiki pages, and decision trees. It is designed to horizontally scale to handle large data volumes. Part of the solution is a rule-based loader that can connect to various data sources and migrate or synchronize content to DMS.
Dodes is the abbreviation for Diagnostic nodes. It is a methodology designed by Prof. Dr. Paul Martin Putora from St. Gallen hospital in Switzerland. Its goal is to document medical treatment guidelines in a structured way and allow for further analyses of these guidelines to promote the most up-to-date medical procedures.
Koderia is an online portal for developers and students with a focus on software engineering. The portal brings information about the industry such as articles, events, job posts, and original content – blogs, but also offers additional support such as payroll calculator, adequate salary calculator technical dictionary, etc.