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Architects Rule!

Community blog for architects in the Belgium and Luxembourg region moderated by Bart Vande Ghinste, Enterprise Architect for Microsoft Belgium and Luxembourg.

August, 2007

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About Architecture Rule!

The purpose of this blog is to become the Belgian & Luxembourg community blog of people interested in IT architecture in the broad sense of the word and having a particular interest for MS related architectural matters.   Your interaction will be greatly appreciated and I hope to meet a lot of you in person in the months and years to come!

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    About human appendixes and ESBs...

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    Ever wondered what the link might be between ESBs and human appendixes? Wonder no more: Bobby Woolf, co-author of Enterprise Application Integration Patterns, and WebSphere SOA and J2EE Consultant at IBM, wrote an article where you can read all about...
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    Announcing Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Beta

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    Are you in need for official information about what will be in SP, what not and when the SP1 beta will be available and when the SP1 itself will be available? Seek no more! All that info is available NOW on the Vista Team Blog .
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    Observations on SaaS and S+S (Software+Services)

    John Dvorak (well known columnist at PC Magazine) has written an interesting article that depicts some of the downsides of the pure SaaS model. An extract of that article below: "To analyze the illogic of certain trends, I like to employ a trick...
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    Windows server gaining market share

    Analyst reports (Gartner/IDC) indicate that although Linux sales are growing by the number of servers shipped, the operating system is losing ground to Windows. Get the full story in this TheStreet article.
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    Microsoft's effort around interoperability

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    Most enterprises today are wildly heterogeneous and therefore interoperability is a major concern for most enterprises today. To help its customers face those concerns Microsoft has been working on interoperability since years and the latest initiative...
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    SOA nirvana not yet reached by most enterprises

    Still struggling with SOA in your enterprise? Don't worry (too) much, you are in good company! Indeed, for most companies SOA has not yet lived up to its promises according to a recent study reported in a Computerworld article: Only 37% of companies...
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    Microsoft launches "Tafiti": rich search experience via Silverlight

    Today Microsoft has launched Tafiti, an experimental Web site that explores the intersection of two trends: the specialization of search and richer experiences on the Web. Tafiti, which means “do research” in Swahili, demonstrates the types of Web applications...
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