Podcast Show Notes: Thomas Erl and Anne Thomas Manes on SOA Governance
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Jul 27, 2011
The latest OTN Archbeat Podcast features an interview with two of the most prominent voices in Service Oriented Architecture.
Thomas Erl [LinkedIn | Homepage] is a best-selling IT author and CEO of Arcitura Education Inc. and SOA Systems Inc., and is also involved in SOASchool.com and CloudSchool.com. He is the series editor of the Prentice Hall Service Oriented Computing Series that also bears his name, and, as if that's not enough, he is also the editor of Service Technology Magazine. And if you Google him you'll find plenty more.
Anne Thomas Manes [LinkedIn | Blog | Twitter] is a VP and distinguished analyst with Gartner, Inc. Anne joined Gartner via the acquisition of Burton Group and continues to direct research for the Application Platform Strategies (APS) team in the Burton research division. Anne leads research on application development and delivery strategies, with a specific focus on BPM, SOA, and cloud computing. And Googling Anne will keep you busy for a while, too.
In this interview Thomas and Anne talk about the state of SOA, and about their new book SOA Governance: Governing Shared Services on Premise and in the Cloud, [read an excerpt] co-written with a roster of experts that includes Oracle Enterprise Architect Stephen G. Bennett [LinkedIn | Blog | Twitter], who did an ArchBeat inteview in December 2010 to promote his book Silver Clouds, Dark Linings: A Concise Guide to Cloud Computing, co-authored with Archie Reed.
(All this collaboration just might restore my faith in human nature...)
In the On-Deck Circle
- A discussion of women in IT architecture with Dr. Helen Sun, Director of Enterprise Architecture at Oracle, and Karina Ishkhanova, system architect with TFA Wise Applications, Inc.
- An interview with members of Oracle's Fusion Middleware A-team - that's "A" as in "Architecture."
So stay tuned: RSS.