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Thoughts on infrastructure architecture

September, 2007

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    Sun to sell Windows

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    I never thought that I would see the day that Microsoft and Sun would have become so close, but Sun is going to sell servers pre-installed with Windows . It's good to see...I've always thought Sun was a great company.
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    Enterprise Authorization

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    My colleague Curt Devlin has written a great article on enterprise authorization.  This is a really thorny problem that is going to get worse as enterprises become more and more virtual.
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    Web 2.0 thoughts from the boss

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    Dan has written a great post on Web 2.0 and why young(er) folks seem to "get" it more easily. I've learned two things: 1) I am old. Thanks, Dan. :) 2) I've often said that technology is much more a reflection of sociology then anything else. That's why...
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    How long is a piece of string?

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    A raging email thread on one of our internal aliases led me to an old blog entry about self-locking kangaroos . We have the same kind of thing in architecture. I am often asked "What is the best way to..." or its logical corollary "Take a look at this...
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    Death of the Datacenter

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    I've believed for a long time that the "Datacenter" as it exists today is a doomed entity, which needs to become a logical construct rather than a physical construct. Apparently, Forrester agrees . I agree with the first part of the conclusion, that pervasive...
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    Will Microsoft Become Facebook for the Enterprise?

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    Great article from CIO on some really innovative social networking work that Wachovia is doing.
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