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A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to chat with Richard Soley, CEO of OMG. OMG is an international, open membership, not-for-profit computer industry consortium. Soley told me all about OMG's new Business Ecology Iniative (BEI), which is "focused... Read More..
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Today, I welcome a guest post from Open Source expert and future ebizQ Open Source blogger, Dennis Byron. Enjoy! --Elizabeth From Dennis Byron:* Look at the leading information technology (IT) suppliers' activity today and you will find what's happening to... Read More..
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Dana Gardner has a podcast up today about why software vendors have embraced Eclipse, the open source standards organization. Joining Dana on the podcast are BEA Systems' Bill Roth, the vice president of the BEA Workshop Business Unit, and Wind... Read More..
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Joining Linthicum on the standards panel at InfoWorld's SOA Executive Forum was Steve Vinoski, CTO of IONA Technologies. His thoughts on standards: "Standards are basically a necessary evil. I can't stand working on standards myself, but I know that customers... Read More..
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David Linthicum, ebizQ blogger and CEO of BridgeWERX, joins a high-level panel here at InfoWorld's SOA Executive Forum, discussing where we are in the different stacks and the status of standards and standards organizations in the integration space. The panel... Read More..
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OASIS, the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, today announced a new standard for business-centric methodology. You can read the release here, but to provide a quick explanation, I'm told BCM "addresses interoperability through the semantic alignment of... Read More..
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