While comprehensive SOA governance remains a goal, and is recognized as a powerul and necessary concept, the more acute focus is on quality of service for mixed services.
Analyst Dana Gardner examines IT news and trends that impact software strategists to provide insights and outcomes on SOA, app dev, SaaS, enterprise infrastructure and mobile convergence.
Dana Gardner is president and principal analyst at Interarbor Solutions, an enterprise IT analysis, market research, and consulting firm.
Incidentally, John Furrier (and soon Robert Scoble, it seems) at PodTech has it right in focusing on the sponsorships model for podcasts, too – and for now obvious reasons.
It's time for corporate podcasting to take a clue from Ray Lane, and make the creative employees the podcast stars of the their product and service productions.
JEMS is used to host business services and integration or intermediary components such as JBoss jBPM in an SOA today ... JBoss ESB is next and it will be the mass market SOA platform that further simplifies the integration of JEMS, other middleware, and customer applications in a SOA.
Curious about how podcasting fits into communications, marketing, viral marketing and quality information sharing? The guests offer some powerful insights and examples based on their businesses and value propositions.
What's intriguing about Travelocity's experience is that the model for sponsored expert-moderated and/or produced podcast content can be extended far beyond the IT arena, where it has been pioneered.
It seems Pollyanna to assume that Intel, Apple, Cisco, Tim Warner, and Verizon would work together to build out simplicity, convenience, and integration for all things IP in and around the home.
The function seems to be munging, so shouldn't they all get equal access?
Microsoft could provide Softricity's functionality to enterprises so that they could take their custom-developed Windows environment applications and convert then into streamed application services, with an efficient grid-like infrastructure for support.
Oddly, at the same time as this trend-line of accelerating developer capability/productivity amid a larger global pool of developer talent, Gartner is saying development is dead.