Back in September, I published a couple of excerpts from an internal paper I wrote on Composite Applications (you can read them here, here and here). At the end of my second post, (which I probably should have broken up into 2-3 posts at least) I discussed the four types of [...]
I’ve worked for organizations where IT moves too fast (and thus wastes money and alienates customers) and others where IT moves too slow (and thus the customers go around IT as much as possible). I’ve also worked in places where IT does both, often in the same day.
This week, I have the pleasure of [...]
Saw this post from Brady Forest on O’Reilly Radar, which points to the official announcement on the AWS blog. This may not mean as much to many of you who have been using S3 for a while now, but it’s big news for a guy like me because I know [...]
I published v1 of my Composite Applications Framework document last Thursday and am pretty pleased with the result. As with all things, it will evolve and improve over time, but I think it was a decent first salvo. I am indebted to Mike Walker and Todd Biske for their input. My favorite part [...]
In my last post, I posted an except from a strategy document I am working on around the creation of a Composite Application Framework (CAF). The section I posted dealt specifically with the need for application composition within IT. Soon after I posted, Mike Walker, an Architect with Microsoft’s Architecture Strategy team, [...]
If you’ve been following me on twitter, you’d probably be able to venture a guess as to why I’ve been mostly silent for the last two weeks: I’ve been frantically working away at an internal strategy and vision for a Composite Application Framework (CAF). I finished a draft Wednesday and am going through [...]
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