Emergent Architecture of Enterprise 2.0
The adoption of Standards in Enterprise Architecture improves the ability to support enterprise goals, business processes, and organizational behavior. These technologies include Web Oriented Architecture (WOA), Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), Virtualization, Cloud Computing, and the Social Graph.
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Web Oriented Architecture (WOA)
Web Oriented Architecture (WOA) extends Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) by using Representational State Transfer (REST) to identify and integrate web resources.
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) defines how to integrate widely disparate applications for a Web-based environment and uses multiple implementation platforms. You can learn more about Service-Oriented Architecture in this video Service-Oriented Architecture.
Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
The Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a software architecture construct which provides fundamental services for complex architectures via an event-driven and standards-based messaging engine (the bus). You can learn more about the Enterprise Service Bus in this video IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus 6.2 Video
Virtualization is a process of simulating necessary environments in order to capitalize on available resources. You can learn more about virtualization in this video What is Virtualization.
Cloud computing is a paradigm shift in technology that saves companies money by only paying for resources as needed in the Enterprise. You can get a quick idea of what cloud computing is in this video Cloud Computing Explained.
The Social Graph
Automatically surfacing how people and things are connected is an easy way of adding intelligence to Enterprise 2.0 Platforms. You can see how it works in this Google video Introduction to the Social Graph API
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Who is on your “Fantasy Innovation Team” this week?
Here are amazing people that have connected me to new friends and new ideas this week. You might be familiar with “Fantasy Football Teams” , well this is my “Fantasy Innovation Team” this week. I recommend following these smart, creative people on Twitter.
|Entrepreneur, Enterprise 2.0, Social CRM, Europe 2.0, Gov 2.0, New Economic World Order effect in Web 2.0 http://twitter.com/byAgah|
|Co-Creator of the #TwitterPowerhouses Series, and #TwitterCharityFacts. Blogger for @Huffingtonpost and @op_editorial, Marketing Strategist, Master Surfer!☮♥ http://twitter.com/2morrowknight|
|Gov2.0 DC Correspondent, @OReillyMedia. Intrigued by technological change, taken with ideas, cooking, the great outdoors, books, dogs, and media, in all forms. http://twitter.com/digiphile|
|Keynote Speaker, Think-Tank Leader, Futurist, Author & Strategist, Idea Curator, Occasional Heretic, CEO TheFuturesAgency, Visiting Professor FDC Brazil http://twitter.com/gleonhard|
|Enterprise 2.0 consultant @nextmodernity. Tweeting in French and english about enterprise 2.0, airlines, my life, basketball…and many things http://twitter.com/bduperrin|