Management: January 2009 Archives

SOA Patterns Podcasts

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As mentioned in previous posts, I have had the opportunity to be a part of the launch of Thomas Erl's latest book, SOA Design Patterns.Many organizations' efforts to move to SOA have been mired-by organizational issues, by conflicting vendor messages,... Read More..
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"Leadership is SOA rocket fuel."That's the overriding theme of ebizQ's latest Webcast on SOA transformation, in which I was joined by Software AG's Miko Matsumura and Jignesh Shah, authors of SOA Adoption for Dummies. I will be providing analysis and... Read More..
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Down Periscope, Up SOA

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I've probably seen every World War II and Cold War submarine movie ever made, with their gripping dramas of stealth, danger, and in the case of WWII, men trapped within large sardine cans, riding out terrifying ordeals of undersea depth... Read More..
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James Taylor saw my recent post on SOA's role in automated decision making, and provides additional insights on the challenges that may be encountered. For example, many systems have not been service oriented yet, and thus may not be so... Read More..
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On Wednesday, January 28th, I have the privilege of hosting a live Webinar with two of the authors of the latest "Dummies" book, SOA Adoption for Dummies.I'll be sitting down with Miko Matsumura, vice president and deputy chief technology officer... Read More..
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It's a small world after all. I ran into ebizQ's own decision management guru James Taylor at London's Heathrow airport a couple of months back, and even got the seat right behind him, so I could mercilessly bend his ear... Read More..
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Prentice Hall just announced the release of Thomas Erl's latest work, SOA Design Patterns, the industry's first-ever catalog of design patterns for SOA and Service Orientation. Adoption of these proven patterns should help in addressing the quality and capabilities of... Read More..
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There's been plenty of chatter across the blogosphere and among the analysti about the growing "disillusionment" with service oriented architecture. I'm sure you've seen the headlines -- SOA is "dead," SOA adoption rates are down, SOA is not delivering ROI.... Read More..
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David Bressler, Progress SoftwareDr. Chris Harding, The Open GroupChris Kraus, ITKO LISAJignesh Shah, Software AGPhil Wainewright, ebizQ, ZDNetJoe McKendrick, ebizQ, ZDNet, moderatorIt is probably an inevitability that as more and more organizations adopt SOA, many are falling into the trough... Read More..
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For SOA proponents, the year has started off with a bang, courtesy of our friend Anne Thomas Manes over at Burton Group, who declared SOA to be officially dead as of January 1st.. Actually, Anne didn't declare the drive for... 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.

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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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