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So Burton and Gartner have declaierd SOA dead. Here is mi latest twit thread on this topic…
While cleaning up my Google alerts I noticed some poor soul trying to make sense of IBM’s SOA management stack at Impact in Vegas this week. On Twitter yesterday our good friend and top-notch analysts Coté was asking similar questions. Here is a mashup of some of my comments out in the blogoshpere on said [...]
But it looks like these guys do: Comparing Oracle, IBM, BEA, and TIBCO for SOA The SOA Knowledge and Performance Kit is a free open-source resource to show you what it really takes to build services using today’s leading SOA development platforms. Another silly unrelated post by me: My kids donâ€™t care about SOA.
IBM Developerworks has put together a nice first part of a four-part tutorial on Web 2.0. Though a little IBM-centric, it is a good primer for all these new buzwords floating around. I look forward to the next three parts. Here is the link: Enterprise Web 2.0, Part 1: Web 2.0 — Catching a wave [...]
In this episode, Greg gets bent out of shape because he relied on “The Analyst Mystic Grid” to recommend a service monitoring and management software that wasn’t ready for the grown-up table. In the end, the analystâ€™s magic eight ball prevails. Can you say “Gartner”?« Previous Entries