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Is Biztalk Dublin is Dublin Biztalk?
Someone out in the ether asked a question that I have heard many times and i just shake my head. With "Dublin" on the horizon as the future distributed application server role for Windows, does it make sense for Microsoft to call this new role "Windows BizTalk Services"? my answer is ... I don't think they want to do that. Biztalk and Dublin are different products. Biztalk is an application integration messaging server. Dublin is an application server. Biztalk integrates applications. Dublin runs ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 1, 2009 2:55 PM

Saas vs. Software + Services
Saas vs. S+S Saas is an architectural paradigm where a solution architecture can benefit from the economies of scale of the data and behavior of that architecture being built and hosted in the cloud by a third party in a multitenant fashion. Software + Services is an architectural paradigm where a solution architecture can achieve some of the same economies of scale as Saas while simultaneously benefiting from the synergies and efficiencies of the data and behavior of that architecture being partly ......

Posted On Monday, August 31, 2009 4:30 PM

Why SOA is dead, Why Application Platforms = Business Strategy, and, Business Oriented Architecture.
I recently heard a presentation from David Chappell talking about how SOA is failing in many organizations. Below is not a summary of what he talked about but my own new thoughts on a subject I am still learning much about while listening to his presentation..... I have to give it to David Chappell. He has a way of bringing together concepts in a very simple and engaging way. At a recent architecture conference ( video http://channel9.msdn.com/po... ......

Posted On Tuesday, July 21, 2009 6:22 PM

Oslo - The Future of Software (from SOA Conference 11/2007)
Models enable SOA which enables agility Messaging Platform Spreads SOA out over the Internet User Enablement The Tools Future Business Models and Opportunities The SOA and BPM Conference at Microsoft was a great time, got to meet old buddies, made some new ones and learned quite a bit about the possible future of business and the software that drives it. It wasnt all fun and games though, I was recovering from pneumonia and had to pull an all-nighter to get a Demo up on Microsoft's ESB for some potential ......

Posted On Friday, November 7, 2008 11:00 AM

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