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SOA & MSA for Enterprise, Cloud, Big Data and Mobile – Book Published!

Finally, after 2-1/2 years of starting work on the third edition of my book, it is done and now available in both print form in retail stores and as e-book on Amazon (Kindle edition) with the title “SOA & MSA for Enterprise, Cloud, Big Data and Mobile”. (The Foreword was provided by my Professor, Dr. T.V. Prabhakar, from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India).  In this edition of the book, I have...

Master Data Management an essential for Enterprises

This is a guest post by SriRam Anjanadri, Data Architect. We are living in an era where everyone is trying to keep pace with the rate of change. The rate and the volume is so high that data quality issues in any CRM system creeps up at a rate of 2% per month according to the survey of DnB using a global data set. Enterprises are finding themselves to adapt a pace of change.  The rate is so fast that customer data...

Architecting Enterprise Applications for the Cloud – Learning the New

This is a guest post by Asrita Chetan, Microsoft Architect. Whatever one may define Cloud and associated IT machinery involved as, Cloud Computing is here, well settled! Its impact resulted in financial models that balance between Capex and Opex, and more importantly in business models which allow organizations to restructure themselves by expanding beyond their pre-set boundaries and creating finer and innovative...

Microsoft – Ups and Downs

This is a guest post by Ranganath Cuddapah, Microsoft Architect. Just look around the Microsoft website, or any other website focused on Microsoft technologies, and we see tiles – beautiful ones. Microsoft has allegedly invested a whopping amount just to promote Windows 8 as a game changer – somewhere close to a billion and a half dollars of advertising money, and that is some serious money. Given the...

Top Trends in Technology Architecture – 2013

Technology and change are almost synonymous. Even more so now, when the speed of change is significantly rapid in the past. No wonder, there are tectonic shifts happening in technology architecture itself. Here is my take on what are the most important trends in technology architecture. Data, Data, Big Data: The abundance of data, importantly enormous amounts of data will make handling, analysis and interpretation...

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