The companies, by joining forces, are boldly declaring that policy of services is not the same as policy of the instances of SOA itself, and that perhaps the policy of SOA should be given precedence and perhaps later subsume all policy management vis a vis a federation approach.
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.
Akamai's research shows that media companies are moving increasing amounts of audio -- and soon full multi-media -- content to the podcast delivery model.
This week at Interop, CA Unicenter Network and Systems Management (NSM) is tagging up with Spunk to assist in accessing and managing server performance data.
Podcasting increasingly is an accessible, valuable, and inexpensive way to reach the more inquisitive of those with a need or hunger to know more about what interests them most.
My blog the other day on some market statistics on the growth patterns for systems integrators and professional IT services providers prompted a call from a reporter at SearchWebServices.com.
McNealy says he and Schwartz are aligned, but that's not what's needed. It's getting the other 34,357 people aligned with Schwartz that really matters.
The question is how to make MySQL administration as simple and straightforward as possible for the myriad types of users of MySQL, many of whom don't want to be professional DBAs.
Listen as we dive into VC activites in 2005, what defines Web 2.0 for the enterprise, and where viral ecommerce and knowledge commerce are heading.
It will be interesting to see if the decision for one "pure" stack, such as Microsoft's, will mesh with the one-stop for professional services choice.
Open source, therefore, is no longer on the commodization continuum, of repaving proprietary cowpaths with less expensive and open alternatives. No, what the JBoss/Red Hat combination points to is the open source model going to the cutting-edge continuum of IT.