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Gartner Day 1: Sandy Carter, IBM

Monday, September 17th, 2007

Gartner Day 1: Sandy Carter, IBM McDonald’s is handling its drive-through orders by routing them to operators in the Philippines who take a customer’s order and then key the order into a system that results in a burger popping out of the window when the customer drives up, a perfect example of outsourcing a specific [...]

Why, Because Sandy says SOA

Monday, September 10th, 2007

“SOA Enables Business Flexibility” IBM SOA Boss Sandy Carter

Are interoperability and competition mutually exclusive?

Wednesday, August 8th, 2007

Don’t answer yet…  Here are some links to ponder over. Red Hat, Dell unveil JBoss OEM deal, IBM enlists Novell’s help One year after Red Hat acquired JBoss, the battle is finally beginning to heat up in the open source middleware space.    IBM chides Microsoft over SOA Microsoft wants OOXML to be accepted as [...]

My kids don”t care about SOA

Thursday, July 26th, 2007

They really aren’t up on the latest industry trends “AJAX, OSS, Web 2.0.” They always appreciated the chotchkees I usually bring home from conferences but they never have been excited enough to ask where they came from. However, this time my new friends over at the OpSource booth at OSCON have started a trend I [...]

Microsoft and SOA

Tuesday, July 24th, 2007

SOA in the Real World SOA is an architectural approach to creating systems built from autonomous services. This book introduces a set of SOA capabilities and explores them.

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