Category Archives: Integration

Without A Strong PaaS, ITaaS, DevOps & IaaS Fall Short

To lower IT operational costs and/or to become more agile, the business must simplify the processes to deliver and manage infrastructure and the applications running on that infrastructure. Focusing on one without the other is simply applying yet another band-aid to an already hampered environment. Delivering IT as a service requires transformative efforts across all… Read More »

Notes From The Field: Inside A Real World Large-Scale Cloud Deployment

I’ve been granted an incredible opportunity. Over the past three and a half months I have gotten to lead a real world large-scale delivery of a cloud solution. The final solution will be delivered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) to the customer via an on-premise managed service. While I have developed SaaS/PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) solutions in the past,… Read More »

In Consideration Of Transitioning Email to the Cloud

So it seems that with regard to Kundra’s 25-point plan and the mandate to move three applications to the cloud in 18 months that email seems to be the primary target for the first transition.  The decision to move email into the cloud is a relative no-brainer.  Email needs to be ubiquitous, accessed across a… Read More »

When SOA Fails, Just SCA

There’s a lot of points that will be made in this blog entry.  To keep them straight, I will highlight them right up front: Vendors are getting behind SCA because it reinforces a need for tools The importance of architects in software development Untested technologies are being pushed on IT like bad drugs from the… Read More »