I plan to practice what we preach in 2013 and move to an all-in-cloud architecture. It's a tall order
Not all of us pundits at InfoWorld agree with each other, but regular readers can put together a kind of consensus architecture. That consensus represents the state of our industry and the thought leadership that is working to determine its near-future direction. As we approach the end of the year and finish off the first dirty dozen of the 2000s, it's useful to consider what lies ahead if we actually do everything we talk about. For me, this extends to a New Year's resolution: I plan to practice what we preach in 2013 and move to an all-in cloud architecture. Here's what that will entail.
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Tonight's Chicago Java Users Group for the first time ever --- is filled to capacity.
There are now 19 spots opened to allow for overflow guests so --- there's still time to sign up! Tonight's presentation at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange features Open Software Integrators' President Andrew Oliver talking about using SpringData as a standardized means of accessing your corporate data. The talk will focus on using SpringData with JPA and your existing RDBMS while using it with Neo4j, Hadoop or MongoDB in the future.
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News: Congratulations to Open Software Integrators' Erica Oliver -- Winner of the TBJ CFO of the Year
Congratulations to our CFO Erica for winning the Triangle Business Journal CFO of the Year Award
2012's CFO Winners: Back row left to right, Mark Hahn, Will Sendall and George Quick. Front row left to right, Jackie Decker, Erica Oliver and Leigh Bleecker. Not pictured, Brian Armstrong Congratulations to our CFO Erica Oliver reprint courtesy of the Triangle Business Journal written by Emily Freeman The seven winners and 14 finalists of the 2012 Triangle Business Journal CFO of the Year Awards were honored Thursday at the Marriott City Center in downtown Raleigh.
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* source --ZDNet *
In an article posted by ZDNet's Joe McKendrick, he expounded on the nature of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) related to the cloud and big data, and referenced a recent article about SOA written by Open Software Integrators' Andrew C. Oliver.
Here's what he had to say ...
Right from the head honcho himself, CEO Jim Whitehurst, is his latest take on how basically Open Source is running the show but still not the main event or even gets top billing on the marquis. Here's what he had to say ...
“One of the key reasons is we’re finally seeing componentization happening. More innovation will happen first in open source and that’s a radical change from even five years ago.”
If you're wondering if that's a real word it is. Essentially Open Source will become the default platform ... eventually. Like he says in this next quote.