173 Results for

service-oriented architecture


Microsoft missing the boat on SOA (service oriented architecture)

Microsoft needs to decide what it wants to be when it grows up.

By June 24, 2008


My overview of SOA (service oriented architecture) governance

To date, the biggest obstacle to SOA governance adoption has been lack of understanding of what governance is and why it matters.

By March 20, 2008


IBM bolsters service oriented architecture efforts

Unveils new products, services for ongoing SOA push, aiming to expand its market beyond corporate America and into midsize companies.

By September 13, 2005


Services-oriented architecture gains support

Experts say the time has come for SOA design approaches, which revamp business processes and could change the economics of delivering software.

By April 1, 2004


Gartner: Blended enterprise architecture on the way

Analyst firm identifies four basic approaches to enterprise architecture: traditional, federated, middle out, and managed diversity. Will this be the path forward for CIOs?

By April 26, 2010


'Compute efficiency' and cloud computing

Cloud computing is all about reducing costs and increasing efficiency, right? A 19th century economist might disagree--and "compute efficiency" may someday be as important to achieve as energy efficiency.

By January 24, 2011


IBM proclaims middleware dominance

IBM leads the middleware software market and is taking customers away from Oracle thanks to changes in pricing strategy.

By April 12, 2010


'Cloud' means something important

Discussions of cloud computing often break down to complaints the term "doesn't mean anything," or to a bits-and-bytes acronym soup. But the fact is getting to flexible, variable, elastic IT is a big deal.

By April 2, 2010


The future of in-car computing technology

At the South by Southwest Interactive festival, a Ford systems engineer opines on what consumers may be able to expect in terms of hardware/software platforms in their cars five years from now.

By March 18, 2010


IT spending to recover this year, Forrester says

After falling nearly 9 percent last year, global IT spending is set to rise more than 8 percent in 2010 to the tune of $1.6 trillion, predicts Forrester Research.

By January 12, 2010