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  • "SOA Governance" Revitalized

    by Miko Matsumura on  Dec 01, 2009 12

    This article by Miko Matsumura discusses why people are pursuing SOA, whether SOA is dead, what SOA Governance is, what the relationship is to SOA itself, how it differs from management, how SOA differs from integration, and why SOA and SOA Governance continue to be significant issues for the Enterprise.

  • The Problem of Power Consumption in Servers

    by Intel on  Apr 01, 2009 2

    Power consumption by servers is of increasing concern to business and IT management. This Intel article discusses the sources of power consumption as a function of server form factor and workload; power consumption of other components, power supplies and conversion, plus heat generation and cooling demands. How to estimate consumption and design factors affecting consumption are also covered.

  • Standish: Why were Project Failures Up and Cost Overruns Down in 1998?

    by Jim Johnson on  Oct 03, 2006 13

    Following InfoQ's August interview with Jim Johnson, creator of the CHAOS Chronicles on project failure, one important question remained: how does the Standish Group explain the amazing change in cost overrun from 189% in 1994 to 69% in 1998? In an excerpt from this month's CHAOS University newsletter, Johnson refers to events in 1996 that changed the complexion of project planning and execution.

Agile Alliance Survey: Are We There Yet?

Posted by Diana Larsen on  Sep 13, 2006

Agile Alliance Board member Diana Larsen recently asked her fellow board members: "Where is Agile Headed?" This article compiles the trends they've seen and expect to see over the next 5 years. 26

Interview: Jim Johnson of the Standish Group

Posted by Deborah Hartmann Preuss on  Aug 25, 2006

The creator of the CHAOS Chronicles, Standish Group founder and chairman Jim Johnson, spent some time with InfoQ discussing his research, and the role of Agile in changing the IT industry. 11

Executive summary - An Adaptive Performance Management System

Posted by Jim Highsmith on  Aug 09, 2006

Traditional budgets demand committments based on variables beyond managers' control. To support the adaptive organization, Jim Highsmith proposes a two-part model for project and team performance.

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