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Travis Broughton

Travis Broughton

Travis is an architect with Intel's Data Center Software Division. He has fifteen years of experience with Intel IT, working as an Enterprise Architect.
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Gartner API Management report: Intel an MQ ‘Leader’

According to Gartner API Management + SOA Governance = Application Services Governance.  This year’s Magic Quadrant reflects that change, updating the title as well as some of the participants.  It has been nearly two years since Gartner’s final “SOA Governance” Magic … Read more >

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EC2 Security: Bridging Enterprise Cloud Apps to the Mobile Mainland

The cloud holds enormous promise for improving agility, availability, and cost for app deployments. Amazon’s EC2 is especially attractive given the investments they have made in building out capacity around the world, allowing apps to be deployed where they are … Read more >

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Cloud-Aware Tokenization: Helping to Build PCI-Compliant Applications in the Cloud

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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Mobile Middleware for the Enterprise: API Security Considerations

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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