Tag Archive for SOA

Why Cloud-Based Data Still Needs Service Oriented Architecture

Mega Clouds!

by Angela Guess Joe McKendrick of ZDnet recently opined, “While you can implement cloud computing without a second thought to service oriented architecture, any good enterprise cloud infrastructure really should have a solid architectural foundation. Without such a foundation, there is uneven governance, haphazard security, and uncertain scalability. In other words, one may end up…

Featured Video: Data Management and Data Integration in a SOA Environment

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Data Management and Data Integration in a SOA Environment: Report From the Trenches from DATAVERSITY by Angela Guess John O. Biderman, Information Architect at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, gave an excellent presentation at the Enterprise Data World 2013 Conference. The talk was titled Data Management and Data Integration in a SOA Environment: Report From the Trenches.…

Keep On Keeping On

“There is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to manage than the creation of a new order of things…. Whenever his enemies have the ability to attack the innovator, they do so with the passion of partisans, while the others defend him sluggishly, so that the innovator and his…

SOA, MDM, and Rethinking Our Big Data Mindset

Thinking RFID

by Angela Guess Steve Jones of Business SOA recently wrote that his challenge as of late “has been around data, the post-transactional world, where things go after they’ve happened so people can do analytics on them.  This world has been the champion of the single canonical form, massive single schemas that aim to encompass everything, with the…

Ask the Author – IT of the Future: Semantic Cloud Architecture

Recently, we published Yefim “Jeff” Zhuk’s article, “IT of the Future: Semantic Cloud Architecture.” The paper has been a very popular free download (available here). One of the readers, Lev Gorodinski (CTO, EPaySpot), approached Jeff directly with some questions and the two engaged in a conversation filled with insights that they wanted to share with…

The Power of Data Virtualization

by Angela Guess A recent article reports, “As every child knows, learning how to share toys with others is an important, but difficult to learn skill. The same is true for diverse groups within large enterprises, except instead of toys, data is the object of the sharing. Large enterprises learned long ago that effective sharing…