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September 24, 2009 by

Creating a unified model for enterprise mashups

I’ve written here over the years about software mashups; simple combinations of pieces of the Web that are rearranged into new useful forms. I've even called the approach a key to the future of software development. While mashups in the enterprise have been reasonably successful up until now, there have been challenges in enabling the same level of wide use and benefits that are currently evident on the open Web.The new Open Mashup Alliance and EMML will create a unified model for mashup development. i explore the details and implications of how OMA and EMML work.

May 15, 2008 by

Mashups turn into an industry as offerings mature

There were a great many product announcements at Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco last month, but it was the number of announcements around Web-based mashups in particular that received a large share of attendee and media attention. By my count there were at least nine significant announcements in this space, many around the business flavor of this emerging new type of ad hoc Web applications. These are often referred to as enterprise mashups and the growing number of offerings in this space run the gamut from Web widget assembly platforms for end-users to data-only swizzlers and remixing applications created specifically for IT professionals.


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