September Newsletter – Service Orientation Today and Tomorrow (Issue 21)

More than five years after the introductory article titled “Understanding Service-Oriented Architecture”, thousands of SOA projects have been kicked off, and several of them are still being completed. These days, we have a better understanding about its ROI, low-hanging fruits, hidden costs, and other realities; and the basic, incipient SOA discussion is today specialized in…

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A Closer Look at an Internet Service Bus (a 90’ Talk)

Look under the hood of the Microsoft .NET Services service bus – the protocols we use- and how to use the services from non-Microsoft platforms and languages. Learn which part of the messages and requests the Building Block service inspects, which parts are not inspected, and how you can verify this. Also, learn how to…

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[Network World] Nokia deal fuels Microsoft’s cloud, collaboration, management strategies

The company’s ongoing strategy has been to create a single management platform for Windows, non-Windows platforms  and devices on the back of its System Center tools. Microsoft has been working in the past few years to widen its management capabilities to include mobile devices, Linux and virtual machines.   And Microsoft is positioning Office 2010 as…

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June Newsletter – Architecture in Turbulent Times (Issue 20)

The goal of our Architect role is to align IT with the course of business, and being that almost every business has been challenged as a consequence of the current economic slowdown, we—as architects—are challenged to make our architectures follow the pace of business that these days is particularly changeable and unstable. Sign up for…

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May Newsletter – SOA Call for Papers

Sign up for this newsletter | Unsubscribe | Update your profile SOA Call for Papers May 2009   SOA Keys for Success Call for Papers The 21st issue of the Architecture Journal will be devoted to SOA Keys for Success. While Cloud, Utility, and Green Computing trends emerge as probable candidates for the top of…

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April Newsletter – TechEd Special Edition (Issue 19)

We have decided to stop our print edition and become a fully digital resource. With the dynamic and flexible digital format, you can search inside articles, send by email, and access related information and multimedia with a simple mouse-click.   Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile Issue 19 April 2009…

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