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What exactly is cloud computing? Lately, this is one of the most often repeated question in any discussion about the Cloud. And the answer depends on who you ask! (Personally, I think that if there are not at least three different popular definitions of a new technology, then the technology is...
Anne Thomas Manes of Burton Group posted how SOA is Dead; Long Live Services. This one is too juicy not to comment on!
Firstly, I totally agree...
Enterprises of all types see increasing value in standards-based development and integration, and they often look to the TM Forum for deep and consistent models of business process, data, applications and system architecture. Moving from analysis through design...
Maybe, but the banana won't ever be the same. If we extend this really poor analogy, we'll have a more flexible and scalable banana. (Sorry, I couldn't help myself.)
Glanced at twitter and saw @windley tweet "The trend to...
In my opinion the rage against ESBs is directed more at the term "Enterprise Service Bus" than at the need for integration within an enterprise SOA. Few bloggers would...
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