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Musings from David Chou - Architect, Microsoft

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  • Blog Post: SOA – End of Life 2009.01.01

    It has just been a few days since Anne Thomas Manes at Burton Group published her post “ SOA is Dead; Long Live Services ”, and it has stirred up quite a storm of comments in the blogosphere. Most of what I read though, seem to be in alignment with what Anne Thomas Manes said - SOA met its demise on...
  • Blog Post: Using Events in Highly Distributed Architectures

    I had the privilege of publishing another article, " Using Events in Highly Distributed Architectures ", in the Architecture Journal , issue 17 , after the previous one on Strong User Authentication on the Web in issue 16. I discussed Event-Driven Architecture (EDA) in this article, in terms...
  • Blog Post: Talking about Service Oriented Architecture

    I had the privilege to speak at the April monthly meeting at the Los Angeles Java Users Group . The meeting was held on April 1st at the Sun Microsystems office in LA, and so that in itself was the source of a few jokes lobbed at me. At times I was also referred to as Darth Vader, but all in good fun...
  • Blog Post: SOA Security - Enterprise Architecture Perspective

    This week I had the opportunity to speak at the IT Architect Regional Conference in San Diego, on the subject of architecting enterprise SOA security. It is an interesting event, with speakers from Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, TIBCO, Fair Issac, and many other organizations. We even gave away a brand new...
  • Blog Post: IT Architect Regional Conference 2007

    Scheduled for October 15-16th, 2007, the ITARC 2007 conference is an event focused on the architecture topics in IT. The organizers at IASA (International Association of Software Architects) have arranged over 30 session in 4 concurrent tracks covering enterprise architecture, infrastructure architecture...
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