Welcome to the March 19, 2007 edition of Carnival of Enterprise Architecture.
Business Process Management
Robinson Go presents Gootube - The Controversy posted at Robinson Go dot Com, saying, "Viacom said on Tuesday it filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Google Inc. and its acquired Internet video sharing site YouTube over unauthorized use of its copyrighted entertainment. The suit accuses Web search leader Google and YouTube of "massive intentional copyright infringement" of Viacom's entertainment assets and seeks an injunction against further violations."
Adrian Grigoriu presents SOA or SOEA, Service Oriented Enterprise Architecture posted at Adrian Grigoriu, saying, "Enterprise Architecture and SOA"
Robert McIlree presents Rationalizing Enterprise Architecture(s) posted at Technology Architecture & Projects, saying, "Three types of enterprise architecture rationalizations and why they are incomplete."
Bill Barr presents One Reason Why Enterprises Don't Like Dynamic Languages posted at Agile Enterprise Architecture.
Craig Borysowich presents Performance Engineering: Architecture Characteristics posted at Tech Architect.
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