Manas and Clemens discuss deriving business agility from SOA and BPM, how SOA and BPM enable agility, and pitfalls/recommendations for organizational culture, business and technical architectures.
Russ Miles and Toby Hobson outline many factors to be considered when adopting a cloud solution, creating a wider view of the cloud from the development and business perspective.
We know solving DevOps problems improves your business operations but how do you do you explain that to your CEO or CFO? How do you get the executives to buy in and invest in DevOps solutions?
Next Generation of Business-Driven SOA: The Convergence of Performance-Driven Business and Service-Orientation
John DesJardins believes that the new SOA will measure their businesses alignment with IT in order to asses the impact of services or of changes or new initiatives, up-time, response time, etc.
Anne Thomas Manes talks about SOA's reincarnation. Old SOA had to die because it was focused on technology and products, while the new one will be focused on architecture, principles and practices.
Jake Sorofman talks on how to glue together the application development world and the business operations one in an automated, virtualized and cloud computing environment.
Kirk will present the advantages of a RESTful architecture to develop integrated systems in the financial services arena; leveraging infrastructure, skills, and systems already in place.
This presentation addresses aligning and understanding development priorities in terms of business value. Replacing traditional ROI measurements with a "Perception Index" and "Square Peg Adapter."
John Davies discusses investment banking technology, integration, complex data models, distributed architectures and SWIFT MT to MX migration.
In this presentation, recorded at QCon London, Steve Jones explains his ideas on why IT is fundamentally broken, and how business-driven SOA might be a cure.
In this presentation Burton Group research director Anne Thomas Manes talks about how to convince a skeptical audience to approve the necessary investment by making the business case for SOA.
Last year Agile coach Alexia Bowers walked a mile in a project customer's shoes, and told us at Agile2006 how it felt. She stressed the need to strive for creativity instead of cutting scope.