Last year the Open Data Center Alliance published an excellent whitepaper that defined the concept of “cloud-aware” applications. The ODCA paper sets forth the following recommendations: Everything is a Service Use RESTful APIs Separate Compute and Persistence Design for Failure … Read more >
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With e-readers, tablets and mobile phones, how we obtain and consume books have changed significantly over the years. It’s much easier to search a book that we are interested in reading and have it delivered instantly to our mobile devices … Read more >
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In the past, I’ve written about the complexity around communications and media channels. I’ve also talked about the growing importance of content. There’s another important angle to both of these areas which is how we are driving integration across … Read more >
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The continuing transformation of the IT industry around the externalization of service components constitutes an exercise in abstraction. The transformation assumes that any IT application can be recursively decomposed into constituent services. An application that has been re-architected or engineered … Read more >
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Last night, a bipartisan group of eight United States Senators introduced legislation to reform our nation’s immigration laws. Since Intel conducts three quarters of its high-tech manufacturing and R&D here in the United States, immigration reform is a top policy priority. We welcome this legislation and the reforms it would make to the high-skilled visa […] Read more
Over the next several posts, I will explore some of the core patterns for Service Gateways that provide access to Enterprise Mobile Applications that need to leverage enterprise apps and data. Before I go there – a word about risk. … Read more >
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There are many common myths in the industry. Just like the Chinese idiom “a myth is like the leaf in front of your eyes, blocking your view of the mountain” (移叶张目识泰山), these myths block the larger view of what’s going … Read more >
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Tokenization is a major trend in application and data security and Gateways are an ideal location to deploy tokenization services. Tokenization replaces sensitive data with benign data. The classic example here is PCI DSS, and the business value of tokenization … Read more >
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So, here are some questions that have been on my mind lately: How can Enterprises reduce cost drivers for mobile enablement? Can APIs and HTML5 provide the basis for a long term mobile strategy? Can Enterprises avoid lock-in with mobile … Read more >
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A few weeks ago I blogged about different Mobile Middleware usage models for enterprise. Continuing that thread, this post will drill down into API security considerations for enterprise mobile apps. Mobile applications are typically intended for use outside of the … Read more >
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Are you a Doctor Who fan? Of course you are because you have access to the Internet! If you’ve not … Read more