Thursday, February 22, 2007
Tuesday, February 20, 2007
Mashup seems to be a new found way of finding information in right form (presentation) i.e. craigslist rental apartments in google map or with flickr photos. But recently people are thinking about how mashup can be used to find right information from clouds of data. Take a look at this blog.
What it takes to build enterprise mashup ecosystem ? and how it will coexist with existing enterprise IT investment ? - SOA based applications can be very good source of data to get mashed and enterprise portals for presenting that mashed-up data in user defined ways. Visit this article on how mashup meets SOA.
SOA provides gateways to enterprise applications where all enterprise data are locked; enterprise mashup can unlock them .. and deliver the right information on right time in right way... "information delivered"
Sunday, February 18, 2007
Few companies are doing great job in making the adoption process very smooth with their innovative product. Companies like Data Mashups or KapowTech have very innovative offerings.
Big Blue is also eyeing this emerging market with QedWiki or Adieu.
Sunday, February 11, 2007
"Situational applications" are a way for people with domain expertise to create applications in a very short time without much IT involvement. These applications can be created just-in-time by empowered enterprise business users and by simply combining SOA enabled information sources and services or SOBAs [Service Oriented Business Application] on the Intranet and Internet.
Please see an detailed blog on this topic from a web 2.0 vendor.
Interesting podcast from IBM on this new enterprise 2.0 concept talks about how IBM preparing for this change of application development model.
For resource constrained enterprise IT, this decentralized software development paradigm can provide a better way to serve the enterprise user's need for more softwares.