News from the front

I know, its been bit of time since my last post but I have been busy visiting a lot of Oracle customers (which is a good thing) about SOA Governance and Cloud Computing in APAC. In just the last couple of moths, I have been in China, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok (that's where I am now).


Now I bet you are wondering "What does SOA Governance and cloud computing have in common?" Well, a lot actually.


Here is just a few to think about (kinda like David Letterman's Top 10)


(10) A poorly designed service in the cloud is a still poorly designed service!


(9) Don't put faith in that the cloud is going to save you from not poor performance, you are just transferring your responsibility to the cloud, and the cloud won't save you!


(8) Enterprise Architecture still matters


(7) The complexities of re-use, build or borrow are more relevant in the cloud


(6) The need for secure service governance just went up a notch in the cloud


(5) The cloud does not change the need for design-time governance


(4) Poor run-time governance in the cloud will be seen by more of your users


(3) You now have to extend governance to the user experience


(2) The risk of failure still exist and its bigger!!


(1) And the top reasons is that Governance matter more with the cloud!!!


Stay tuned as I am working on my next installment of the Art of SOA Governance.


As always, feel free to drop me an email at terry.goldman@oracle if you have any questions or if you just want to pick my brain about SOA Governance.


Take care and don't leave home without your Governance :)


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