Welcome to the September 27, 2007 edition of Carnival of Enterprise Architecture.
Business Process Management
George Ambler presents Strong opinions weakly held… posted at Architecture and Change, saying, "The phrase "Strong Opinions, Weakly Held" from a post by Bob Sutton describes an important philosophy for architects...."
Adrian Grigoriu presents The Definition of Enterprise Architecture, revisited (ii) posted at Adrian Grigoriu.
Paul Wallis presents Understanding Enterprise Architecture complexity posted at Keystones and Rivets, saying, "This article discusses Zachman, TOGAF and DoDAF and compares these traditional frameworks with the OBASHI methodology."
Chris Barnes presents Redundant Failover firewall with pf, pfsync and CARP on FreeBSD posted at random utterings.
Paul Wallis presents IT exists for one reason posted at Keystones and Rivets, saying, "This article introduces a concept which I believe will prove to be very important for business and IT in the years ahead."
Vilas Prabhu presents SOA Fable: Do you wear a watch? posted at Thoughts and experiences of an enterprise architect, saying, "SOA Anti pattern to avoid."
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