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I have been tracking caching based application platforms such as Gigaspaces for sometime now, and I was surprised to see a new spin on these - as XTP (Extreme Transaction Processing) complimenting SOA. They are extending the caching...
I have always held that SOA governance is premature yet. While we are struggling to just get SOA adoption in the right spirit, governance is the least of our problems. If we cannot identify a mechanism to first re-engineer "service orientation" into IT solutions and have the IT teams in an...
After the recent (and dramatic) proclamation that SOA is dead, is it a question of time until we see the rising of the proverbial Phoenix? Seems to be starting... at least going by the...
Last week I got a last minute invite to speak at the Silicon India BI conference (last minute for a good reason I guess... me & BI? Hmmm... :-) My database background notwithstanding!). Initially I...
David Linthicum touched upon a very prevalent problem of technology not living up to its expectations set during the hype curve! He says, "With cloud computing, SOA, or whatever we...
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