Beth Gold-Bernstein: May 2007 Archives

Blogging live from IMPACT last week was an interesting experience. It felt like taking photos at a party. Instead of being part of the party and interacting with other people, I was stuck behind the computer screen trying to think,... Read More..
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Last live post from Impact. Now listening to Manoj Saxena, Vice President, Industry SOA and Brett MacIntyre, Vice President, Composite Business Services. At Impact IBM announced a number of business services being released. The idea is to create pre-built parts... Read More..
Listening to Mike Rhodin, General Manager, Workplace, Portal and Collaboration Software, and getting a new appreciation of the implications of Web 2.0. I think Web 2.0 is the new definition of the generation gap. Those of us over 40 are... Read More..
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IBM announced the introduction of the IBM Rational Asset Manager at IMPACT 2007. The Rational Asset Management (RAM) is a registry of design, development and deployment related assets,. RAM also integrates with WebSphere Servvce Registry and Repository (WSSRR) and Tivoli... Read More..
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I barely needed my double soy cappuccino this morning. IBM started their Global customer conference off with a loud bang, including a Stomp-like performance by Rhythm Nation. 4000 people in the room. Another 4200 online for a simulcast in Second... Read More..
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For the second podcast in our continuing BI in Action podcast series we spoke with Frank Pursel, Senior Prinicipal with HP's Information Management Practice, where Frank serves as the competency leader for business performance management; Gaurav Verma, who is the... Read More..
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Leading up to the ebizQ BI in Action Virtual Conference (June 20-21) we have been speaking with a variety of vendors - big vendors, small start ups, pureplay BI vendors, BPM vendors incorporating BI into their solutions, and platform vendors... Read More..
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Human 2.0

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Yesterday I tuned into a conference being simultaneously webcasted from MIT called H2.0. It stands for human 2.0, and focused on the Media Lab's research initiatives for augmenting mental and physical capability. It was all about how humans will integrate... Read More..
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Mashups and composite applications, new types of Web 2.0 applications enabled by SOA, are inspiring a new breed of development environments (IDEs). These new tools accelerate the implementation time by reducing coding and simplifying deployment. Skyway Software’s visual workplace is... Read More..
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Beth Gold-Bernstein is a recognized expert in integration technologies and SOA with over 20 years experience View more

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