RedMonk Radio on Mashups

John Musser, July 3rd, 2006

RedMonkThe sharp team over at RedMonk spends the first few minutes of RedMonk Radio this week discussing differences between mashups and corporate IT’s service oriented architecture (SOA). They raise some good questions and ideas. They note that a big part of IT’s challenge are processes issues and finding integration solutions that lead from business need to business need satisfied as efficiently as possible. Mashup approaches may help drive that efficiency. Favorite quip: “Describing SOA as mashups is insulting to mashups.”

You can download the podcast here.

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7 Responses to “RedMonk Radio on Mashups”

July 4th, 2006
at 3:50 am
Comment by: James Governor

hey thanks muchly John.

July 4th, 2006
at 1:00 pm
Comment by: John Musser

Good podcast. Like the way the series is shaping-up.

July 6th, 2006
at 9:51 am
Comment by: stephen ogrady

i just couldn’t help but say that ;)

but in all seriousness, as i mentioned in the podcast, ever since DeWitt reminded me of programmable web i’ve been more and more impressed. would love to chat about the commercial opportunities at some point.

July 6th, 2006
at 10:59 am
Comment by: John Musser

I suspect next week’s mashupcamp will be a good place for us to catch-up…

July 10th, 2006
at 10:32 am
Comment by: stephen ogrady

works for me. i’ll be the guy walking around in a Red Sox hat ;)

July 10th, 2006
at 11:31 am
Comment by: John Musser

Right, where did I leave my Yankees cap….

July 11th, 2006
at 5:22 am
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