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Alberto Manuel recently shone his spotlight on techniques advocated by Wil van der Aalst, intended to bring greater clarity to BPM efforts across enterprises, as well as align these efforts with enterprise architecture. Process Mining (and yes, there's a Website... Read More..
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There's nothing new about event processing - good architects have been employing event processing into their systems for years, to better manage data and commands going in and out of their systems. What is new, however, is that event... Read More..
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We know everyone wants to compete on analytics. But before we compete, we need to decide what, exactly, should be analyzed? Mike Meyer, senior consultant with The Robert E. Nolan Co., has some suggestions:Benchmarking: "Benchmarks are often thought of as... Read More..
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The blogosphere and social networks -- and world in general -- have been gaga about IBM's Watson supercomputer delivering a shellacking to the reigning wetware champions of the Jeopardy! game show the other week.  But how many companies need a supercomputer... Read More..
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Service oriented architecture touches a lot of aspects of IT and business management, including enterprise architecture, cloud, data management, IT management, data center operations, business process management, and event processing, to name a few. Some of these applications of... Read More..
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The year 2010 was certainly a turning point for service oriented architecture, especially  since it has moved out of the IT experimentation phase and into the practical business phase. During this time, we've sought to bring examples of SOA in... Read More..
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Where are we at with complex event processing (CEP)? In a new post, Colin Clark, CTO for Cloud Event Processing, says the market is still struggling to reach the multi-billion-dollar potential promised in recent years by analysts and vendors alike.... Read More..

SOA has matured to its next level, but is still being held back by misconceptions. There's a number of fables that have grown up around SOA, and at the same time, there are some stock objections that really make no... Read More..
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Yes, you read that right -- "Camel."  Read on to see if we're referring to the animal that holds a lot of water or an SOA initiative that holds a lot of water...ebizQ and TechTarget will be hosting a jam-packed,... Read More..
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One possibility I frequently discuss on these pages is that companies will expand their service oriented architecture-based services from internal enterprise services to external services provided to customers and partners.Essentially, every company can and will become, to some degree, cloud... Read More..
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In this blog (formerly known as "SOA in Action"), Joe McKendrick examines how BPM and related business and IT approaches can promote business transformation.

Joe McKendrick

Joe McKendrick is an author and independent analyst who tracks the impact of information technology on management and markets. View more


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