Tag: soa

  • When Downtime Doesn't Matter

    SOA, by its very nature, results in many more moving parts in any IT system.  As a result, many organizations obsess over ensuring that SOA infrastructure doesn't impact their business' availability - and rightly so.

    So, it's interesting to look at Apple's website (the...

    February 06, 2008
  • SOA - What's there to be afraid of?

    The other day someone mentioned that people are afraid of SOA… well, BOO! I think that's just plain crazy. People should not be afraid of SOA. On the other hand, I can certainly understand why they might be. SOA can result in distributed architectures, which can, in turn, result in implementation...
    February 01, 2008
  • I Feel So Bloated

    No, I'm not having a fat day. I'm just exhausted from talking with people who are trying to boil the ocean in order to cook a couple of fish for dinner.

    A question came up yesterday about the "tight coupling" between...

    January 31, 2008
  • We're Running Out of Words II

    It's interesting when you have a shared blog... sometimes coordinating posts with others so there is no talking over each other leads to no one posting. It's especially hard for me, as I'm a "mood poster" - meaning, I post when I'm in the mood. Fortunately, I'm usually in the mood to talk...

    January 30, 2008
  • Multiple ESBs: SOA Reality in a Federated Environment

    There has already been some hype about the audio interview between Hub Vandervoort, CTO, Progress Software, and an industry expert from Gartner, but in case you haven't listened,...

    January 25, 2008