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Securing Infrastructure Monitoring using OAuth2
Andrew, our DevOps engineering lead, talks about his experiences securing infrastructure monitoring with OAuth2, when working on our infrastructure development. This post is one of our #TechTalk posts, that will focus on different areas of our work in the coming months. Part One: the problem The DevOps world has a mature eco-system of Third-Party applications […]
Ansible and using a Bastion server to AWS EC2 instances
Andrew, our DevOps engineering lead, talks about his experiences with Ansible and using a Bastion server to AWS EC2 instances, when working on our infrastructure development. This post is one of our #TechTalk focused posts, that we’ll be focusing on different areas of our work in the coming months. Part One: introduction As I’ve often […]
Introducing our reference data management platform service
We offer a number of services to support the UK public sector through GCloud13. This post highlights our cloud software Reference Data Management (Registry) Platform and associated Reference Data Publishing support service. Our Reference data management platform service enables organisations to manage a version controlled hierarchy of reference terms, delegating authority to different groups in […]
Introducing the Agora Measurement Store
It can be a challenge to manage very high volumes of data from environmental, or other, sensor networks. Especially to do so while providing the high quality metadata needed to make the data FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable).
Epimorphics Ltd – Approved GCloud 13 CCS Supplier
Epimorphics are proud to continue our cloud-based computing service offerings through the GCloud 13 digital marketplace. Our services have again been accepted onto the Government’s Crown Commercial Service – G-Cloud 13 framework. From 9th November 2022, our services will be available on the digital marketplace for a quick and easy route to market.
Epimorphics at thirteen
When the eight co-founders launched Epimorphics in November 2009 they had no idea what they were letting themselves in for. All of the team had spent most of the 10 previous years nurturing the nascent Semantic Web technology and thought it was very important to develop, but we didn’t know much about business.
A parting of ways
Thursday April 14th 2022 will be my last working day with Epimorphics. After a short break, I’ll be starting a new chapter, but after twelve years – and being here since the start – I wanted to look back and reflect a little. We started Epimorphics with some very deep expertise in linked-data and RDF […]
DataConnect 21: discussing data catalogues
You don’t have to read much about data strategy and metadata management before you encounter the data catalogue (or catalog, if you prefer!). And they do sound compelling: one place where your analysts, data scientists, developers and policy-makers can go to find and share your organisation’s data.
Adding Welsh language support to UKHPI