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  • Blog Post: How long is a piece of string?

    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 architecture and make sure there is nothing wrong...
  • Blog Post: Enterprise Authorization

    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.
  • Blog Post: Death of the Datacenter

    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 networking will be a key driver going forward...
  • Blog Post: Green Datacenter Initiative

    One thing that has been on my mind can folks reduce the amount of power that they are consuming in the datacenter. Very few architects look at power efficiency as a first-class system quality. In my mind, this is something that is going to take a while to solve. It is roughly analogous...
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