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August 24, 2009  6:08 PM

As SOA reaches to the cloud, there’s no ignoring governance

Posted by: RobBarry
cloud computing, SOA

While cloud-based compute resources are seemingly infinite, providers charge by usage. Poorly organized development cycles and runtimes can end up costing an enterprise a hefty sum.

August 18, 2009  2:02 PM

Semiconductors and SOA

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing, Data integration

Semiconductor memory advances have powered a new era of portable music and mobile devices. In fact, the general ascent of computer technology has been very much based on cheaper, faster and larger semiconductor memory. The People in the White Smocks are working to ensure that the march continues....

August 11, 2009  1:17 AM

VMware scoops up SpringSource for more than $362 million

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing, SOA infrastructure

The overnight news is that web application framework specialist SpringSource was scooped up by virtualization giant VMware for about $362 million in cash and equity plus the assumption of some $58 million of unvested stock and options. It seems the industry thrust toward cloud computing is creating...

August 11, 2009  12:14 AM

Son of Summer of SOA – Will cloud displace Enterprise IT?

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing, SOA

The reduced pace of the summer seems to bring out the morbid curiosity in some of the best and brightest of SOA analysis. Last summer, if you recall, SOA began its death march, which culminated at the end of the year (when things are really really slow) with the pronouncement that “SOA is...

August 4, 2009  6:36 PM

A letter from Cloud Camp

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing

By Rob Barry

CloudCamp in Boston last week...

July 22, 2009  5:14 PM

Google App Engine asks developers to think cloud

Posted by: Mpontacoloni
cloud computing


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June 23, 2009  2:19 PM

Taking the long view of SOA and cloud computing

Posted by: Brein Matturro
cloud computing, SOA governance

By Jack Vaughan What were the problems with Grid computing? Basically, it was too complicated and of too narrow use. But, let’s be frank and earnest, its biggest problem was that the term ‘Grid’ was too rigid and inflexible. That problem of Grid computing has been easily solved. Its name...

May 11, 2009  5:21 PM

Trawling for Impact: BPM BlueWorks, IBM CloudBurst

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing

Hey everyone, first things first: Did you give your mother a Private Cloud for Mother’s Day? Ok, now on with the show. The blogosphere was abuzz with IBM Impact chatter last week. Much centered on the company’s announcement of the CloudBurst private cloud appliance. But there was a lot of...

February 20, 2009  5:58 PM

As with SOA, some development costs obscured by cloud computing

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
cloud computing, SOA development

By George Lawton
Cloud computing offers an extremely appealing future for enterprise IT: the ability to leverage ready services with lower initial investment and a pay-as-you-need pricing model. But it will be filled with surprises, and some of these will reflect surprises encountered in...

November 24, 2008  7:20 PM

Compute cloud services cross chasm, analyst says

Posted by: Heather Clancy
cloud computing, Cloud Services, IBM, SaaS, Security

IT cloud services are “crossing the chasm,” argues Frank Gens of IDC. But what do enterprises want and expect from the new paradigm in software delivery?

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