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  • Blog Post: Loan Origination Reference Architecture v.2.0 Source

    Many have asked for source code to the Loan Origination Reference Architecture and now it's on CodePlex. Source Code http://www.codeplex.com/los/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=15173 Home Page http://msdn.microsoft.com/architecture/orlos
  • Blog Post: Updates to the Financial Services Component Library

    Hello everyone! More news on the Financial Services Component Library front.  I have developed a series of videos that give a solution overview. These are helpful for those that want to see these components in action before downloading. There have also been updates to the source code and the MSI...
  • Blog Post: Presentation: Changing the Face of Banking Development

    It's amazing how many e-mails I have received so far about sharing my presentation. So instead of sending to a few people I would like to share it with all of you. Keep in mind that with any presentation the deck is just a tool for communicating, I usually talk to a slide and not really follow bullet...
  • Blog Post: Financial Services Developer Conference 2008 - Recap

      The 6 th annual Financial Services Developer Conference was a hit this year. The attendees have grown year after year and have record numbers for the conference. This year’s theme was on High Performance Computing (HPC) with a sprinkle of OBA and S+S. Attendees will be hearing from presenters...
  • Blog Post: Financial Services Component Library Downloads

    You may of seen my post announcing the Financial Services OBA Component Library . If you did you were most likely wondering when and where the code was going to be released. Due to a small issue on the code publishing side these were a little delayed. But don't fret, we have them uploaded now on CodePlex...
  • Blog Post: Loan Origination Reference Architecture Version 2

    I announced at the Office Developers Conference 2008 the release of the Loan Origination Reference Architecture version 2. Like the previous version, this reference architecture shows architects and developers how to bridge OBA technologies with transactional service oriented systems such as BizTalk...
  • Blog Post: Financial Services OBA Component Library

    At the Office Developers Conference this week I announced the release of the Financial Services OBA Component Library. The Financial Services OBA Component Library is a comprehensive set of OBA components that span across key areas in the Banking, Insurance and Capital Markets industries. The components...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Lending Reference Architecture V-Lab Released

    I am very excited to announce that we have finally released the Virtual Lab for The Microsoft Lending Reference Architecture Version 1 . I have heard from you load an clear over the past few months! We now have an Virtual Machine in the "Cloud" ready for you to examine workflows, dive into...
  • Blog Post: Calling in the EA Troops

    This past week seems to be the week for the call to action for Enterprise Architects to start blogging. James McGovern called out that there should be more EA blogger's. More blogger's came into the fold such as Brandon Satrom who would like to see more on how EA's address some of the latest IT trends...
  • Blog Post: Office Live

    I was talking to one of the Office Live guys a few weeks ago about some possible scenarios on how to leverage Office Live and what else but lending came to mind. :) Since we are talking about lending I thought I would keep this as a long running scenario for discussions on my blog. The first question...
  • Blog Post: Building Enterprise OBAs for OR-LOS

    Yesterday I just released the latest in a series of whitepapers for the OBA Reference Application Pack (RAP) for Loan Origination Systems . This article focuses on the developer aspects and provides guidance into how to build Office Business Applications in Financial Services. I highlight detailed design...
  • Blog Post: Extending the OR-LOS Lending Framework

    I get asked all the time, is this just for consumer mortgage? The answer is, no. The OR-LOS solution provides a robust lending framework that can be used to unite the lending channels and reach into other processes in the bank. As shown below the base OR-LOS architecture is expected to be extended. OR...
  • Blog Post: European OBA Architecture Road Show

    Well it looks like I'll be pond hopping here soon. Starting on May 8th through the 18th we will be having a series of educational events for architects in Europe. I will be passing through the UK, Spain, Ireland and Finland. If you are a Microsoft customer or Partner and you would like to meet up with...
  • Blog Post: The Microsoft Lending Message Bus

    The lending message bus (LMB) provides messaging services for the lending processes. This made sense to since there are many touch points in the process. Both internally and externally there are points that need management and consolidation. The LMB follows Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) practices it can...
  • Blog Post: Using Windows Mobile with OR-LOS

    In my discussions when I discuss the OBA RAP for Loan Origination Systems with folks at conferences and other speaking engagements they usually see a slide that shows the extensibility aspects of the lending architecture. After the talk I usually hear, mobile, really? Lender can use this technology with...
  • Blog Post: What are OBAs?

    When I first heard the term OBA the first thing that I thought of was the place far far away in the StarWars galaxy or something... You should of known about this from all the talk over the years about the partnership between MS and the evil Empire. :) *StarWars copywrited by LucasArts. All joking aside...
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