January 19, 2006

Governing SOA

An enterprise chock-full of services is not an SOA. For that, you need the matrix of rules and policies that make up SOA governance

January 19, 2006

A degree of tolerance for SOA

When the application is low-risk, developers need less rather than more rules to enable innovation

January 16, 2006

SQL Server bulks up

Microsoft's beefy remake brings hefty new capabilities and a slew of new tools to master

January 9, 2006

High-performance computing: Supercharging the enterprise

Thanks to lower barriers to entry, compute clusters and grids are moving out of the labs and into the mainstream

January 6, 2006

Lessons from an SOA pioneer

Shipping company Con-Way began its SOA journey eight years ago, providing one illustration of how the new architecture approach can go the distance

December 12, 2005

Scaling your applications to 64-bit computing

The key to deploying today's 64-bit CPUs is knowing where to use them

November 30, 2005

2005 survey spots trends in software development

Java, C#, and modeling gain momentum, while testing and QA are still widely lacking

November 17, 2005

When mainframes make sense

For some companies, the costs and challenges of migration make sticking with Big Iron a no-brainer

November 17, 2005

Is it time to scrap your Big Iron?

Mainframes have a storied history in the enterprise, but today's distributed server environments could herald the final chapter

November 7, 2005

Making SOA work

Four companies explain how they met the challenge of implementing service-oriented architecture

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