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Business-Driven Architect

Brenda Michelson

@ Tibco’s TUCON: SOA, Event Processing, Cloud Computing & more

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For the start of this week, I’m at Tibco’s annual conference, TUCON.  I was invited by Tibco to attend the Analyst Summit and the main conference.  My primary interests here are no surprise: event processing, cloud computing and SOA.

One thing I’ve always liked about Tibco is they understand, and exploit, the connections between technology strategies.  Tibco has been linking SOA and Event-Driven Architecture for years.  And now, with Silver, they link SOA (services & composite applications) and event processing (sense and respond elasticity) in their cloud computing strategy. 

I’ll cover the conference via my blogs and Twitter.  I believe the twitter tag is #TUCON.  As disclosure rules allow, I’ll share interesting information from today’s analyst day.

 

[Disclosure: Tibco is not a client of Elemental Links.  However, they did provide travel and accommodations for TUCON.]

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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