December, 2007

  • Application Platform @ Microsoft

    Top Stories del 2007

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    L'anno è praticamente finito... A proposito: BUON 2008 a tutti!

    Segnalo questo interessante articolo che mostra quali sono stati i maggiori temi di interesse per il 2007

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    Top stories of 2007: Silverlight and Visual Studio 2008

    By Brian Eastwood, Site Editor
    20 Dec 2007 | SearchWinDevelopment.com


    Determining the top .NET development news stories of 2007 was neither laborious nor surprising. SearchWinDevelopment.com devoted significant attention to two topics in particular -- Visual Studio 2008 and Silverlight. You, dear readers, above all tended to check out stories about two topics -- Visual Studio 2008 and Silverlight.

    Here, then, we present our top news stories of 2007 and offer our $0.02 on what may be in store for 2008.

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    Leggi il resto qui 

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    Project Oslo - cos'è?

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    Sostanzialmente la prossima generazione di investimenti di Microsoft nella SOA e BPM. Ecco qua maggiori dettagli sulla strategia:

    http://www.microsoft.com/soa/products/oslo.aspx

    http://labs.biztalk.net/OverviewDetails.aspx

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    What Is “Oslo”? What Are the Product and Technology Components That Will Be Delivered?

    “Oslo” is the latest in a series of long-term investments in SOA and business process management (BPM) technologies that enable the development of distributed applications. At the Microsoft SOA & Business Process Conference, we will disclose the targeted investment areas and the associated priorities. These product investments are part of a multirelease investment that will help advance the Dynamic IT initiative — specifically in the areas that are services-enabled and model-driven.

    There are five primary areas of investment targeted by “Oslo” development efforts:

    · Framework. The .NET Framework “4” release will make further investments in model-driven development as part of our WCF and Workflow Foundation (WF) technologies. This will be the logical successor to the .NET Framework 3.5 release happening later this calendar year.

    · Server. This release will continue to evolve our BizTalk family of products as the distributed platform for highly scalable SOA and BPM solutions. BizTalk Server “6” will build deeply on top of both WCF and WF as its core foundation, and deliver the capability to develop, manage and deploy composite applications.

    · Services. Extending the early BizTalk Services incubation (currently available at http://labs.biztalk.net), the BizTalk Services “1” release will deliver a commercial release of hosted services that enable cross-organizational composite application scenarios. This includes expanded capabilities around hosted messaging, identity and workflow capabilities.

    · Tools. These investments will advance the application life-cycle management capabilities of Visual Studio Team System and provide support for an expanded range of roles. Furthermore, Visual Studio “10” will provide deep support for model-driven design and deployment of composite applications.

    · Repository. There will also be investments aligning the metadata repositories across the Server & Tools Business products. System Center “5,” Visual Studio “10” and BizTalk Server “6” will utilize a common repository technology for managing, versioning and deploying models.

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    SAF 2007

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    Recentemente si è tenuto a Redmond una conferenza per Architect, ecco il link al materiale:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/architecture/saf

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    Microsoft Strategy for Telco 2.0

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    Partendo dal basso le componenti fondamenali  della vision sono:

    • Enabling New Experiance...: Software di base di Microsoft per IT infrastructure, middleware ed ambienti di sviluppo col le quali costruire applicazioni a valore per il Telco
    • Accelerating Service Creation...: Microsoft attorno alla sua soluzione ha due comunità: developer e partners. Attorno a queste abbiamo creato un innovation center per testare e realizzare soluzioni in ottica Software As A Service. Una delle componenti abilitanti di questa visione è il Connected Services Framework (CSF) per il quale esiste un iniziativa di incubation --> http://www.networkmashups.com/
    • Su queste basi (prodotti ed ecosistema di partner e sviluppatori), Microsoft offre due piattaforme
      • Digital Lifestyle Platforms: tipicamente per il mercato consumer
      • Digital Workstyle Platforms:  tipicamente per aziende (piccole e grandi)
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    Benvenuti!

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    Eccoci qua, facciamo le presentazioni:

    Riccardo Delpari

    Account Systems Architect  - Microsoft Communication Sector -  Italy

    Sono un Solution Architect che lavora nel reparto vendite grandi clienti di Microsoft Italia nel vertical del Communication Sector (che include Telco & Media). Il mio lavoro consiste nel posizionare le soluzioni Microsoft per il mercato Telco & Media per i grandi clienti, calarle nelle loro architetture e mostrare i benefici (sia tecnici che di business).

    Maggiori informazioni sul mio profilo qui .

    I post su questo blog copriranno due categorie:

    1. Mostrare aggiornamenti ed evoluzioni delle soluzioni Telco & Media --> http://www.microsoft.com/serviceproviders/default.mspx

    2. Capire come i prodotti della Microsoft Application Platform si mappino sul mercato Telco & Media --> http://www.microsoft.com/business/peopleready/appplat/default.mspx

    A volte i post saranno tecnici, altre volte informativi e di posizionamento business.

    Non mi resta che augurare un buon Natale!

    Riccardo

     

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