Data interoperability is vital to today’s healthcare computing environment, allowing clinical information to be effectively and consistently exchanged, compared, and analyzed among healthcare partn
My last couple posts have touched on the importance of data standards in enabling interoperability in healthcare.
I have been writing over the last month or so about how the adoption of SOA is evolving in organizations and that in most cases tactical deployment is occuring by individual business domain driving
Classic architecture considerations never seem to pass up a generation. The classic debate of whether it is better to buy and implement an "all-in-one" SOA stack from one vendor or to embark on a
There has been much written and discussed about the technology advantages and business value of multi-core computing.
I went to the InfoWorld SOA Executive forum held in New York this week. The theme of the conference was "Realizing the value of SOA". There were several
So far I have been posting the last week or so about how to apply a SOA "soft appliance" to overall sce
In many conversations I participate in regarding Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), part of the conversation oftens leads to "....how best can I incorporate my mainframe in the SOA architecture..
Integrating the hot, new SaaS application into a company can often be a challenging undertaking. The SaaS app
This might sound odd to some of you reading this, but I am regularly asked the following question ... "What is the difference between SOA and SaaS?".