Tag Archives: service orientation

April 20, 2016

Why Containers and Microservices are so important: Part 1

You know when you get that feeling that you have experienced the same situation in the past. You can’t put your finger on it but you know you have been here before. Well that is how I feel when I think about the emerging world of containers and microservices. I actually think this feeling of […]

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October 27, 2009

Can we free process and data?

I am still at IBM’s Information on Demand conference here in Las Vegas (not my favorite place..but what can you do). In listening to a lot of discussions around strategy and products I started thinking about one of the key problems that customers are facing around business process and managing increasingly complex data. What companies […]

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October 7, 2005

Google and Microsoft at the Crossroads

Robin Bloor and I had an interesting discussion about Microsoft versus Google. This whole discussion brought back memories for me of the time when Netscape was intent on destroying Microsoft and taking over dominance on the desktop. I remember very vividly the conversations in those days. I spent time with the Netscape executives trying to […]

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