Service Oriented Architecture has been around for more than a decade and has steadily matured over the years with increasing levels of adoption. Cloud computing, a paradigm that is founded upon the fundamental service oriented principles, has fueled SOA’s adoption in recent years.
By Leonard Fehskens, The Open Group It being the time of year for commencement speeches, Patty Donovan asked if I could offer some advice to
By The Open Group Foreword By Allen Brown, CEO 2011 was a big year for The Open Group, thanks to the efforts of our members
The Open Group’s new guide links all the moving parts (such as SOA principles, SOA governance, Reference Architectures, SOA maturity, SOA Meta-model, etc.) and I think it is a must-read for any enterprise architect using TOGAF® as their organization’s EA framework and SOA as an architectural style.
It’s time to review our EA practices and make amendments to the core frameworks and processes to face the challenges emerging from technology mega trends (Cloud/Mobile) and evolving business models (emerging markets).
As the IT environment has changed significantly over the past several years, members of the Security Forum saw a need to revisit the document, Enterprise Security Architecture, and to update the guidance contained in it to address changes including mobile device security, and new categories of security controls such as data loss prevention. Learn about the new download here.