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Sylvain Duford’s blog, pithily titled “Blabbering about Enterprise Integration,” (has an interesting entry on managing dependencies, which Duford says is the top challenge encountered on all integration projects. Check it out here.
BPM architect and technology catalyst/oenophile Sandy Kemsley has a blog about BPM. Sandy seems to be a bit of a Webinar aficionado, and reviews lots of different Webinars put on by Gartner, Ziff Davis and even “the Webinar experts,” ebizQ. In a recent posting, Sandy mentioned some comments on business activity monitoring made by ebizQ VP of strategic services Beth Gold-Bernstein, in this recent Webinar). According to Sandy, “Ms. Gold-Bernstein talked about another topic close to my heart, namely that BPM is one of the contributing sources to BAM/performance management, rather than BAM being a part of BPM (as the BPM vendors would have you believe).” Check it out.
Meanwhile, at the Enterprise Integration Patterns blog
, Gregor Hohpe discusses the concept of asynchroneous object-oriented patterns, and discusses the way
processes drink orders as evidence of asynchroneous correlation of customer orders, because multiple Barristas (that’s Starbucks employees for lay people, kind of like how employees at Subway sandwich shops refer to themselves as ‘sandwich artists’) may be processing your order with different equipment, and after all, that Double Mint Espresso Mochachini Frappochino might take a bit longer to make that that Grande drip coffee of the day. Get a cup of joe and enjoy it while reading this blog.