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    Publicado el 25.11.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    SOA4All - Web Services Are Dead. Long Live Internet Services

    En el siguiente articulo se analiza el estado del arte y los retos futuros en las areas de Web 2.0, dispositivos móviles, Web semantica y tecnologias Cloud.

    Internet Services will largely be driven by a number of trends and technologies and will undoubtedly face
    a number of challenges but will be at the origin of many opportunities. In the remainder of this paper the authors analyse the state of art and current evolution around areas that we believe will have a crucial
    impact on Internet Services including Web 2.0, mobile devices, the Semantic Web and Cloud technologies.

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    Publicado el 25.10.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Básicos de Internet. The Internet Services Disruption. Ray Ozzie

    Es interesante revisar este documento de Ray Ozzie, ahora que, según ha confirmado Steve Ballmer, éste abandona sus responsabilidades en la definición de estrategias, para pasar al área de entretenimiento.

    Al margen de lo que pueda sorprender éste movimiento, hay que señalar que Ray Ozzie fue contratado para dirigir a Microsoft hacia una arquitectura de servicios Cloud, esfuerzo que se ha visto plasmado especialmente en la línea de productos y servicios Live, Exchange, Sharepoint y Azure.

    El público del documento, cuyo título podríamos traducir como "La ruptura de los Servicios de Internet", era originalmente el staff de ejecutivos de Microsoft. El momento de publicación queda definido en el primer párrafo:

    "It is an exciting time, as we’re at the beginning of the biggest product cycle in the company’s history. In a week we ship new versions of Visual Studio, SQL Server and BizTalk Server. Later this month we ship Xbox 360. Next year we have a double barreled release of our two largest products with Windows Vista and Office “12”. It’s a great time for customers, our partners, and for those at Microsoft who have put so much of themselves into these products."

    Sin embargo, a pesar de los resultados positivos que esos lanzamientos auguraban, el informe advierte de algunos cambios potenciales que hoy, cinco años después podemos constatar (las cursivas están en el documento original):

    "And while we continue to make good progress on these many fronts, a set of very strong and determined competitors is laser-focused on internet services and service-enabled software. Google is obviously the most visible here, although given the hype level it is difficult to ascertain which of their myriad initiatives are simply adjuncts intended to drive scale for their advertising business, or which might ultimately grow to substantively challenge our offerings." (Facebook, que podía ser considerada una de esas iniciativas, sólo llevaba un año en funcionamiento).

    Los principios claves que dirigirían los cambios anunciados eran:

    1. La potencia del modelo económico basado en anuncios.
    2. La efectividad de un nuevo modelo de distribución y uso de software.
    3. La demanda de experiencias de usuario integradas e irresistibles que, simplemente, funcionan.

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    Compartido el 26.7.2010 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    Informe gratuito de ReadWriteWeb sobre el futuro del Cloud Computing. 

    Cloud computing is fundamentally changing the way we do business - from strategic planning to how services are delivered. We've been actively tracking these changes on our channel ReadWriteCloud and this report is an extension of that.

    The Future of the Cloud highlights cloud computing's impact on IT organizations, and explores both its disruptive nature and the new markets and opportunities it's creating. The first phase of the cloud was about developing the foundation for the services it provides. Now that the fundamentals are in place, companies are using them to become an essential part of the cloud's value chain.

    We think you'll find The Future of the Cloud (embedded below) to be essential reading for the new technology enterprise. And remember, you always you can find our day-to-day coverage of cloud computing at ReadWriteCloud"

     

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