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  • Blog Post: So long and thanks for the fish … leaving Microsoft

    So after 5 great years at Microsoft UK it’s time for me to say so long as I move on to new things although I fully expect to remain part of the Microsoft ecosystem and still haunt the corridors of the UK Campus from time to time! So what does a Microsoft Architect do after Microsoft? Well more architecture...
  • Blog Post: SOA: A square peg in a round hole?

    Check this out on my new blog: www.mattdeacon.com/2010/09/15/soa-a-square-peg-in-a-round-hole/
  • Blog Post: The Economics of Cloud Integration

    I met up with an integration partner the other day and we talked about how cloud could impact their business. He talked about the typical integration project and that it was quite an investment for the customer. Phase 1: Partner builds out integration solution Phase 2: Initiates technical training for...
  • Blog Post: Architecting for the Lines!

    It is so often the case that integration is a secondary concern and along with identity, audit/logging and reporting it ends way below the fadistic significance of the UX in driving developer time (and cost). Not that I want to decry the importance of UX of course – user adoption and therefore project...
  • Blog Post: The Interoperability Files: Defining Interoperability and Integration Part 2

    Ah Mr Nanni, I am indeed humbled and excited at reading your reply to my posting on Defining Interoperability and Integration and for highlighting the apparent paradox in my definition. However, as to whether this leads us back to using the original definitions I am not sure I agree. It is not that I...
  • Blog Post: Bletchley Park Architects Council Part 2

    The Microsoft UK Architect Council Meeting 8 & 9 June 2009 Bletchley Park , Milton Keynes On the afternoon of the second day the Council broke into 3 groups to discuss interoperability in the context of Security & Identity Standards SOA The groups were asked to consider the following questions...
  • Blog Post: Bletchley Park Architects Council Part 1

    Microsoft UK Architect Council Meeting 8 & 9 June 2009 Bletchley Park , Milton Keynes <Video problems resolved> In June 2009 a group of senior IT Architects from across the industry assembled at Bletchley Park, the home of the World War II code breakers for two days to discuss...
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