HELLO ME IT’S ME SOA and stuff

What is it that you want to hear? Will that make you pay attention? Do you need short bullet style sentences? Or do you need just one liners? Do you need to feel close the subject at hand? Or do you need to feel inspired? What is it that will make you "get it" even …

Not in great detail but enough to model a service (Trust Computing)

As written here http://blogs.mulesoft.org/how-to-define-services/ derived from concepts defined in Thomas Erl's SOA series.  The fundamental idea is that there are three levels of services Thomas takes great care to walk the spectrum and discuss use and reuse of services within the scope of the layer in order to accomplish the ultimate business objectives. The reason why this …

But you forgot the SOA..

Recently I have been in contact with friends who are technical evangelists.  We have been writing emails and sharing ideas over great distances.   While some of my friends are international and others are American I find it amazing that we deal with the same problems fundamentally. What are the problems?   The first I …

IT Hierarchy.. it makes sense..

http://www.bsmreview.com/itvaluehierarchy.shtml

DoD Cloud Challenges

Cloud computing is very similar to Service Oriented Architectures. The issue with Cloud concepts has nothing to do specifically with technology. It has everything to do with people, process, methods in regard to policy, standard, guidance and practice. The only way to successful employ a cloud strategy is to clearly articulate the value to the …