Arch2Arch Podcast Show Notes: Oracle Enterprise Architecture Framework and OOW09 Preview
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Oct 07, 2009
Parts one and two of my interview with Hamza Jahangir and Bob Covington are now available. Hamza and Bob are part of the team behind the development of the Oracle Enterprise Architecture Framework (OEAF).
In the just-released second and final segment of the interview Hamza and Bob talk about what they see as the biggest obstacles to the implementation of any enterprise architecture framework, and voice their opinions on the perception that Enterprise Architecture kills innovation.
Bob and Hamza close out the interview with a quick look at some of the Enterprise Architecture-related content and activities taking place just days from now at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco (more on that below).
- Listen to Part One (mp3)
- Listen to Part Two (mp3)
- Read White Paper: The Oracle Enterprise Architecture Framework (pdf)
If you have questions or comments for Bob or Hamza, you can connect with them through the following: social media:
- Bob Covington: Oracle Mix / LinkedIn
- Hamza Jahangir: Oracle Mix / LinkedIn / Blog / Twitter
(Hamza is also co-author of Applied Oracle Security: Developing Secure Database and Middleware Environments, McGraw-Hill Osborne Media.)
Architects and Architecture at Oracle OpenWorld 2009
Check out the following guides:
- Focus On: Architects and Architecture (pdf)
- Architect's Guide to Oracle OpenWorld (on wiki.oracle.com)
And don't forget the Enterprise Architect/Architecture Meet-Up at 4:30pm on Monday, Oct 12, in Overlook III in Moscone West, near the OTN Lounge.
Also see the OTN Guide to Oracle OpenWorld 2009 for information on other OTN activities.