Welcome to the December 2, 2008 edition of Carnival of Enterprise Architecture.
Business Process Management
Ian Louw presents Being Human - A Natural Inhibitor to BPM Adoption? posted at Business Process Management (BPM) - InSights.
Jimson Lee presents Customer Data Integration Between Open Source SugarCRM Package and 3rd-party Applications posted at CRM Help Desk Software.com, saying, "An interesting story involving integrating and customizing multiple databases, including their CRM, Call Center for support, and bug/defect tracking for all releases of their software."
Robert McIlree presents Proposed Federal Uber-CTO: It Isn't About The Technology posted at Technology Architecture & Projects.
http://www.panisphere.com/google-apps-growing-popularity-on-corporate-world presents Google Apps Growing Popularity on Corporate World posted at PaniSphere, saying, "Google Apps which is a collection of software is becoming more popular among businesses due to its relatively cheap price compared to other software provided by key players including Microsoft and SAP."
M presents Generating the WSDL before writing your Web Service posted at SandboxM.
Paul Wallis presents Understanding SOA posted at Keystones and Rivets, saying, "Wallis explains simply how SOA works, how it can be used and, describes why a properly planned and implemented Service Oriented Architecture can create a flexible way of aligning business and IT."
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