Open source software has become an important part of the software business. In this IEEE article, author Dirk Riehle discusses how the commercial software firms can control or steer open source software projects to meet their business needs. He talks about how these firms depend on open source and how they manage that dependency to meet their business goals.
In this IEEE article, author Sixto Ortiz Jr. discusses the issues and challenges we are facing in cloud computing standardization. He also compares the cloud-computing standards proposed by organizations like Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF), IEEE, Open Grid Forum, OASIS, and Storage Networking Industry Association.
In this IEEE article, authors Bernd Grobauer, Tobias Walloschek and Elmar Stöcker discuss the cloud computing security and cloud-specific vulnerabilities using the vulnerability definition from the Open Group's risk taxonomy.
In this IEEE article, author Eric Olden discusses an identity fabric that links multiple applications to a single identity to manage the volume of user identities in the cloud. 1
In this IEEE article, Balakrishna Narasimhan and Ryan Nichols discuss results of a survey of organizations with experience using cloud applications and platforms.
In this IEEE article, Richard Welke, Rudy Hirschheim and Andrew Schwarz discuss a SOA maturity model that can be used to achieve organizational objectives.
In this IEEE article, John Stouby Persson and Lars Mathiassen discuss a process for managing risks associated in managing the distributed software projects. 2
James Madison shows how architects can bring agile and architecture practices together to pragmatically balance business and architectural priorities while delivering both with agility. 3
In this IEEE panel discussion article, guest editors Ivan Arce and Anup Ghosh facilitated the discussion on cloud computing security risks.
In this IEEE article, authors Frank Feinbube, Peter Troger and Andreas Polze discuss two major hardware trends in parallel programming space, multi-core CPU architectures and GPUs.
In this IEEE article, author Olaf Zimmermann discusses Service-Oriented Architecture Decision Modeling (SOAD) framework that helps to capture the recurring architectural decisions in related projects.