Enterprise IT Consultant Views on Technologies and Trends:

Agility

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March 24, 2011  3:37 AM

Enterprise Mashups Adoption



Posted by: Sasirekha R
aggregation, Agility, Enterprise, IBM, Internet, Mashup, visual, web 2.0

Enterprise Mashups Mashups combine, aggregate and remix existing data from various sources (databases, spreadsheets, websites, Web Services, RSS/Atom feeds and unstructured sources) and deliver information in a actionable format including better visualization. Visualization...

January 25, 2011  1:37 AM

Measuring IT Agility



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Agile, Agility, Enterprise

Measuring IT Agility Today there is no two opinions about the need for business to be Agile and every other technology/business trend aims at providing/improving agility to enterprises. Agility is a concept that incorporates the ideas of flexibility, balance, adaptability, and...


January 25, 2011  12:28 AM

Three Steps towards making Enterprise Architecture Agile



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Agile, AgileEA, Agility, Architecture, EA, Enterprise

Making Agile Enterprise Architecture Pragmatic Most people agree with Charles Edwards (of Agile EA) comment, that though software development and architecture has been making excellent progress over the past two decades, the same cannot be...


August 13, 2010  3:51 AM

DB2 in Cloud is worth exploring



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Agility, Amazon, Cloud, Cloud computing, DB2, DB2 in cloud, IBM, reduce costs, Ubuntu, Virtual Appliance

Explore DB2 in Cloud IBM has been driving to improve DB2 utilization in the cloud and a series of announcements including the DB2 virtual appliance shows a trend where we can expect more. To quote IBM, its DB2 view of the Cloud Computing is...


August 2, 2010  8:31 AM

Enterprise Architecture today needs to be Agile



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Agile, Agility, Architecture, Business Architecture, Business-IT Alignment, Communication, EA, Enterprise Architecture, Global Enterprise Architects, Information Architecture, Integration Architecture

Enterprise Architecture today needs to be Agile Enterprise Architecture has been there for over two decades now and still means different things to different people. For some it is a graphical model which excruciating level of details, while...


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