Governments all across the world are responding to the current financial crisis with a range of nationalization initiatives, and increased support of various parts of the financial services industry through guarantees and pumping in increased liquidity.You know what it means when there's more government involvement with enterprises.
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A typical company deals with millions, if not billions, of events in a single day, and most are still handled manually, by people
Savings from services reuse is the most common economic benefit in SOA projects globally
A bank put a CIO in charge of its lean efforts, and reports millions in savings.
The financial services and banking sector is accelerating adoption of smarter information technology practices and technologies to stay ahead of the pack.
SOA-based practices helps assure a centralized architecture for master data management.
I've always felt that "complex event processing" is a term that scares people away. Perhaps there needs to be a softer way to describe what this thing is -- perhaps just plain old "event processing" will do?
This just in: The Association of Open Group Enterprise Architects (AOGEA) today announced a merger with the Global Enterprise Architecture Organization (GEAO) to form what it calls "the largest professional body for enterprise architects in the world."At the time of this announcement, the combined organization serves more than 9,000 members in 72 different countries.
No question about it, the information technology business is global in reach and implementation. And while working with an IT partner in the same city can be painful enough, working with a partner 12 time zones away is fraught with risk and uncertainty.
It's official: Oracle finished fusing Fusion with Fusion Middleware