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Gosling Unleashes on NET, IBM, Oracle & Others (Interview Quotes) – TheServerSide.com

Gosling Unleashes on NET, IBM, Oracle & Others (Interview Quotes) – TheServerSide.com. James Gosling sat down and did a realy casual, off the cuff interview with the guys at basementcoders.com. You can head over to thier site to download the

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Now that is architecture – IASA – Blogs/News

Like everybody, from time to time, we order pizza for a friday night movie. We were in the habit of ordering from pizza hut because my wife likes the crust and I like the chicken wings. But one night we

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Governance – Corporate,IT & SOA

Image via Wikipedia Corporate governance Corporate, or enterprise governance, establishes the rules and the manner in which an enterprise conducts business, based upon its strategy, marketplace, and principles of doing business. It defines for employees and for business associates the

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Availability

Image via Wikipedia Availability Availability is a measure of the accessibility of a system or application, not including scheduled down-time. It can be measured as a ratio of expected system up-time relative to the total system time, which includes uptime

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SaaS Strategy: What The Top Brass Wants To Know « Momentaglobal’s Blog

Do you have a SaaS strategy? Most IT organizations don’t. In our InformationWeek Analytics survey of 131 SaaS customers, 59% say it’s a point solution, not a long-term strategy. Yet SaaS and the broader concept of cloud computing are the

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Cloud Computing – A Ready Reckoner | Random thoughts

Potential Organizations for Cloud AdoptionEssentially all types of organization will benefit by adopting Cloud computing, however, the following type will benefit the most: * R&D firms who need to remain focused on their core business / area * Fast growing

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Gartner Identifies Ten Enterprise Architecture Pitfalls

Selecting the wrong person as lead enterprise architect, and not engaging business people are two of the biggest pitfalls organizations face when trying to establish an effective enterprise architecture (EA) program, according to Gartner, Inc. Gartner analysts have identified the

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