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David A. Kelly

David Kelly - With twenty years at the cutting edge of enterprise infrastructure, David A. Kelly is ebizQ's Community Manager for Optimizing Business/IT Management. This category includes IT governance, SOA governance,and compliance, risk management, ITIL, business service management,registries and more.

As Community Manager, David will blog and podcast to keep the ebizQ community fully informed on all the important news and breakthroughs relevant to enterprise governance. David will also be responsible for publishing press releases, taking briefings, and overseeing vendor submitted feature articles to run on ebizQ. In addition, each week, David will compile the week's most important news and views in a newsletter emailed out to ebizQ's ever-growing Governance community. David Kelly is ideally suited to be ebizQ's Governing the Infrastructure Community Manager as he has been involved with application development, project management, and product development for over twenty years. As a technology and business analyst, David has been researching, writing and speaking on governance-related topics for over a decade.

David is an expert in Web services, application development, and enterprise infrastructures. As the former Senior VP of Analyst Services at Hurwitz Group, he has extensive experience in translating the implications of new application development, deployment, and management technologies into practical recommendations for enterprise customers. He's written articles for Computerworld, Software Magazine, the New York Times, and other publications, and spoken at conferences such as Comdex, Software Development, and Internet World. With expertise ranging from application development to enterprise management to integration/B2B services to IP networking and VPNs, Kelly can help companies profit from the diversity of a changing technology landscape.

MY FEATURES:

Your IT Roadmap For Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance
Business-Powered SOA
Benefits of Standardizing SOA Development
Find SOA Success With SOA Registries
Secrets of SOA Standardization Success
Maximizing User Experience and Perfomance
The Next Steps for SaaS
Best Practices for Business Intelligence
BI as a Boon to Business: Now More Than Ever
Data Warehouses and Disaster Recovery
Is Governance the Silver Bullet of Agility?
Doing Risk Management Right
Web 2.0: Coming Soon to an Enterprise Application Near You
Managing IT Risk Effectively
Storage Area Networks
Simplifying the complex--a look at complex event processing
Application Management: Consider the End User
A Look Back at 2007: Cutting Complexity Out of the Agile Organization
How Do You Do QA for Perfomance Management?
The SOA Money Question
Streamlining Your Compliance Strategy
SOA in the Real World
Applying Event Processing Tools
Building an SOA? What's Your Data Strategy?
Integrated Information for Stronger SOAs
Why Good Product Data Matters
Supply Chains and SOA
Why Reliable Data is the Key to Your SOA
Supersized BPM
The Promise of BPM Collaboration
The BPM Gap
Improving Processes With Automated SOA Governance
Policies, Processes, Metrics and People
SOA and Governance: Why It Matters
Doing SOA Right: Why Is It So Hard?
A Look at the 2007 BPM Market
A Faster BPM Return on Investment
Managing IT Risk
Bond, James Bond: Risk Management Consultant?
Manage Your SOA: The Increasing Need for SOA Governance
The ‘Longer View’ on SOA Reuse
Open Source Software Configuration Management
Today's Options for Source Code Control
Ensuring Business Continuity (Part II)
Ensuring Business Continuity (Part I)
Database Security: The Insider Threat
Database Security: A Shifting Landscape
Extranet Trends
From Portals to Extranets
The Evolution of SOA Appliances
The Rise of SOA Appliances
The SOA Collaboration Challenge
Recycling Your SOA
Continuous Integrated Testing
The Testing Challenge
Time to Change the ERP?
Buzzword Alert: Governance
Using Security to Enable Growth
The Security Conundrum
Optimizing Application Quality with Testing
The Impact of Business Performance Management
2005 -- The Rise of ESBs
Changing Integration Requirements and ESBs
Why Agile Business Rules Solutions Matter
The Impact of Business Process Exceptions
Where Do Business Process Exceptions Come From?
Why Business Process Exceptions are Important
The Future of Business Process Management
Business Process Management Primer
Practical Best Practices
Reducing Risk and Increasing Productivity through Best Practices
Following Directions
Using BPM and Business Rules
Process Improvement -- Do As I Say, Not As I Do
Eliminating the Execution Gap
The SMB Perspective
The SMB Challenge
Can Compliance Create ROI?
Can BPM Save Us From a Compliance Nightmare?
Service-Oriented Architectures and RFID
Stretching for Customer Data Management Nirvana
How Does Poor Customer Data Management Affect the Customer?
Solving IT Problems with Model-Driven Development and SOA Enablement
Software IP Indemnification—Do You Need a Plan?
Your Software Intellectual Property Rights
Identity Rights Management – A Requirement for SOAs?
We Hold These Rights – Identity Management Isn’t Just for People
Have You Checked the Security of Your Custom Applications Lately?
You Can’t Secure Your Data Without Securing Applications
The Challenge of Making Real-Time Business Decisions
Event-Driven Applications: Isolation Isn’t A Viable Solution
Event-Driven Business Processes: Coming To A Company Near You
Testing While Aligning Business And IT
Aligning Business And IT: There's No Other Way
Retro App Development
Application Development Tools With Nine Lives
BPM For Everyone
The 'Last Mile' Of Applications
New Approaches To Valuing Applications
Tracking Business Transactions Across the Enterprise
Connecting The Big (Business) Picture To The Details (IT Infrastructure)
Understanding Transactions At Different Levels
Orchestrating Business Processes with BPEL
Business Process Visibility: Different Approaches
Business Rules Need Rules, Too!
BPM With Business Rules: Now That's Progress!
Centralized Management With Decentralized Control
Where Business Rules And BPM Intersect
Managed Care Integrations – What’s the Solution?
Managing Managed Care Integrations – What’s the Problem?
Who Will Make BPM a Success?
Integration Testing: A Difference Maker
Testing: Why And When To Do It Differently
What Makes Integration Testing Different?
Patching Revenue Holes
Some Characteristics of High-ROI BPM Projects
Some More Characteristics of High ROI BPM Projects
Finding Gold In Them Thar BPM Projects
How Much Process Improvement Is Enough?
The Non-Vendor Source Of EAI Apps
The Other Side Of Integration
Moving From Processes to Business Processes
Testing The Limits of Integration
Squeezing Ambiguity Out Of The Business Process
Integrating Your Team, Not Just Your Applications
Back To The Future: Development In Focus
Why Selling Integration Projects Is Easier Now
Productivity Paradox Solution? Integration!
Integration Matures With Business Activity Monitoring

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