Category Archives: SOA

Glyphius Demo on MacBook Pro

I put together a brief Glyphius Demo running on a MacBook Pro. If you are using a Mac or Linux or some other Unix variant, there are easy low cost ways that allow you to run Glyphius without going to … Continue reading

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SOA & LinuxWorld in NYC today

There are actually two conferences scheduled for today in NYC which I am registered to attend. I was looking forward to the 2007 Web Services/SOA on Wall Street conference at the Roosevelt Hotel. Conference highlights include: SOA is Risky for … Continue reading

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Sticky Services – Real World examples

Google and Yahoo are the most obvious examples of companies that use Sticky Services to retain and build their customer base.  They are constantly adding to their mix of services and functionality.  Another thing they both do, is allow you … Continue reading

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JBoss/Red Hat & The SOA – ESB Market

It appears that the Red Hat/JBoss team are aggressively expanding their presence in the SOA marketplace. They continue to extend their stack to enhance their offering. The latest addition to their stack is their ESB which they have stated they … Continue reading

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More on T&I 2006

The turnout for the conference was pretty good at around 250 attendees. The theme of the conference was “Transformation”, with at least a 50% focus toward government IT. It was interesting with a lot of excellent speakers. Topics ranged from … Continue reading

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