Posted by: Dilipkrishnan
Architecture, cloud computing, SOA, Web services, wsoac
- Cloud Maturity Models Don’t Make Sense … criticism of SOA Maturity Models can be directly applied to Cloud Maturity Models, especially if your focus is on software as a service or even capacity as an automated, self-administered service, which is what many organizations seems to be looking for in their current cloud experiments.
- Could Modeling Language Jump Start SOA Adoption?
- Podcast: Empowering Business Users with Composite Application Platforms
- Amazon SimpleDB – Now With Select – In addition to SimpleDB’s existing query language, you can now use select statements which look very similar to standard SQL (Structured Query Language).
- Bizo SDB Tool a B2B advertising network running entirely on top of AWS.
David Bressler – Business Transactions, Exciting Stuff! From a business perspective processes always involve information, and there’s no way to get value out of information without doing something with it, and when the business does something, that activity constitutes a business process.
John Wilmes – One data model, many approaches to integration
J Vaughan -
- How Green was my SOA?
- SoaML targets top-down, bottom up or meet-in-the-middle modeling
- Bruce Silver on BPMN
Kyle Gabhart – Last minute stocking stuffer
Todd Biske – More on review boards… All too often, these boards are created without sufficient direction to be effective. If I were on one of these boards, even though it might be boring, I’d really want to just be able to rubber stamp as many of the projects as possible. That can only happen if the board effectively sets expectations in advance so the project teams know what they’re in for.