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I have a couple of items to share this week before I can officially append "Emeritus" to my SOA Consortium Program Director title.  [For my 2010 plans, go here].  The first is a discussion-oriented paper by the EA2010 Working Group... Read More..
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Session Abstract: “IT has undergone major change, but the pace of change that lies in the immediate future has never been experienced. New platforms driven by cloud computing, new sources of infrastructure and applications solutions, the changing technology stack and... Read More..
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Given my longstanding background in SOA and my current work in Cloud Computing, I'm often asked how the two complement each other, particularly from the business benefit perspective.  Briefly, here are my thoughts and observations. From the SOA Side The... Read More..
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I just posted this on SOA Consortium Insights.  This is the final evolution of the SOA Drivers diagram I first posted on elemental links a year ago (more or less). A frequent question to the SOA Consortium is “What are... Read More..
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Cross posted from SOA Consortium Insights.  Join our conversation! Last month, I shared some of our Community of Practice's work in flight regarding services, portfolios, management units, and the fit within the overall IT landscape.  At the time, the following... Read More..
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[Cross posted from SOA Consortium Insights] Over the last few months, members of the SOA Consortium’s Community of Practice have been discussing concerns, practices, tips and gaps related to creating and maintaining a vibrant service portfolio.  Discussion topics have included... Read More..
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I'd like to attribute this recent 'catching up on my reading' to long sunny summer days in my Adirondack chair, but no such luck.  On the few rainless days, Zephyr has commandeered my chair.  Despite these obstacles, I've still managed... Read More..
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For the last two weeks, I've had a tab open to Nick Malik's Toward an Enterprise Business Motivation Model article in The Architecture Journal, and finally, this afternoon I had time to give the work the attention it deserves.  Read:... Read More..
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Now that I'm only 5 slides short of a full deck, I thought it would be a good to tell folks that on Monday, I'll be representing the SOA Consortium's EA2010 working group at SAP's ASUG conference in, you guessed... Read More..
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Next week, I'll be giving a talk at the Enterprise Architecture Conference entitled "SOA or Business Architecture: Who's on First". In other words, the title I originally submitted got "punched up" by the conference promoter. Not surprising, I lack the... Read More..
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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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