By Stuart Boardman, KPN It’s interesting looking back at what people have written over the course of the year and seeing which themes appear regularly
By The Open Group Conference Team Cybersecurity and Cloud Computing are two of the most pressing trends facing enterprises today. The Open Group Conference San
The Open Group recently published a whitepaper, An Architectural View Of Security For Cloud,which is the first in a series being produced by the Security For The Cloud and SOA project. In this whitepaper we introduce a method that helps organizations to model and therefore understand the security aspects of their Cloud initiatives.
Merely putting SOA into your proposal or as a stated capability is no longer going to be a “deal clincher” or a key “business differentiator”. The counterview I hear practitioners in SOA will say is that SOA is not just the standardized service practices but is also how the services can be identified that are differentiating. But that’s the rub. If SOA treats every requirement or design as a service problem, where is the difference?
The emergence of service platforms and services enabled by the Cloud and its pervasiveness into social media and social networks underpinned by Cloud infrastructure and data centers; platforms enabling or launching other platforms. What does the future hold?
Cloud is an emerging topic while SOA is a mature one. The unconference format is great for enabling people to share experience in new topic areas. It resulted in some good discussions, exposing interesting ideas.