Tuesday, May 15, 2007
have re-published the SOA Practitioners Guide Part 2: SOA Reference Architecture and this time it is broken down by sections. This has been broken down into section to enable the me or any of the other co-authors to modify and re-publish a particular section of the doc..
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Saturday, May 12, 2007
I have re-published the SOA Practitioners Guide Part 3: Introduction to Services Lifecycle and this time it is bvroken down by sections. This has been broken down into section to enable the me or any of the other co-authors to modify and re-publish a particular section of the doc..
at May 12, 2007
Monday, May 07, 2007
As part of the SOA Practitioners guide, we had published the Enterprise SOA Maturity Model and given that a lot of vendors and forums have already defined or in the process of defining the SOA Maturity Model - this was becoming a point of contention amoung Enterprise Architecture. In order to clarify the position, I though it would be best to take John Schmidt's recommendation and refer to this as the Enterprise SOA Evolution Model. I have gone ahead and made this change at my structured blog and as next steps shall take it to the rest of the practitioners for changing this.
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