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  • Blog Post: Speaking on Mission-Critical Apps at SATURN 2009 (SEI's Architecture Conference) – May 7, Pittsburgh, PA

    Dear Architect, I'll be delivering a session on "Architecting for Highly Available, Scalable, and Reliable Mission-Critical Applications" in the 5th edition of SEI Architecture Technology User Network Conference Hope to see you there Sincerely, Diegum
  • Blog Post: PDC 2008. Architect's Cut

    Although, except some few, almost all PDC 2008 breakout sessions are available both online or offline (previous download, of course), one may feel that bitter frustration derived from the overwhelming quantity of them Typical questions I ask myself in these emotionally mixed situations are "Wow, what...
  • Blog Post: ASAP: Messaging Services

    Resuming our training for Aspiring Architects , here we got from MS India a third series, this time focused on the Messaging Infrastructure, its planning, constraints, scalability, etc I want to thank Ramnish Singh (Infrastructure MCA in MS India) for this contribution, that I'm confident that will...
  • Blog Post: ASAP: The Network

    After the initial success of the original Aspiring Software Architects Program , there was a second series focused on Infrastructure Architecture, especially related to Identity and Group Management, network planning, availability and so on The program was a complete success so I asked Ramnish Singh...
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