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As a huge fan of Calvin and Hobbes, one of my favorites was when he'd answer the phone by giving someone his pizza order, as if he had called them. In that vein, all I can say is "welcome back, where've you been?"
Actually, it's been quite busy over here at...
I published a post on our sister CEP blog last week. The topic has wider relevance than CEP so here's a link to it and I include the original text below. Enjoy.
I’d like to add my voice to the debate this week...
What impact will Cloud Computing have on your enterprise architecture? Why should you care?
In this podcast David Bressler, SOA Evangelist at Progress Software, presents his thoughts on how Cloud Computing will make...
I’d like to add my voice to the debate this week (here, here and...
Probably the most common metric used with Service Level Agreement (SLA) for enterprise applications (and SOA infrastructure) is availability. While my primary interest is in figuring out how to define effective SLAs for distributed, transactional business applications (things like order...
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