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Brenda Michelson

SOA Hype Slide from CMG2006

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Last week I concluded my 2006 travels with stops at CMG2006 and a SOA Alliance meeting.   My CMG2006 session was "Observations from the Field: Tackling the Hard Parts of SOA":

"Enterprise architects and technical leaders consistently state the hardest part of SOA is not the technology. Rather, the real work is in service definition, semantics, establishing an SOA program (evangelism, planning, governance, infrastructure and tools) and wading through the industry hype. This presentation delves into the hard parts of SOA, and shares real-world practitioner tips for success."

The presentation was based on a paper I wrote during the summer, with some additional observations/tips and illustrations.  I also added a new section on capacity planning/usage prediction, to elicit tips from the audience.  More on that later.  For now, I'm posting my SOA Hype slide, because there was audience interest in reusing it.

Several notes:

The slide...

Brenda Michelson, Principal of Elemental Links, shares her view on architectural strategies, technology trends, business, and relevance.

Brenda Michelson

Brenda Michelson is the principal of Elemental Links an advisory & consulting practice focused on business-technology capabilities that increase business visibility and responsiveness. Follow Brenda on Twitter.

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