IT, let alone software development has a poor track record for success in large organizations. And yet: we’ll told software is not critical for enterprise survival. We’ve got to figure out how to de-risk software, then. That’s the topic today.
Platforms are often represented in enterprise architectures, “marchitectures,” or as I like to call them, “burgers.” Today, I walk through some past, great burgers, from CORBA, to J2EE, to Cloud Foundry, and more. In doing so, I over some advice about how to find and care for your burger, especially when it comes to keeping your burger fresh.
Planned on topics
All the great burgers.
We’re talking about distributed applications – an application and the services (“backend,” “middleware,” database, ERP-system, etc.) run as their own application, accessed over an API (usually over a network, but could be on the same box, too).
What is it in service of? Software for large organizations: enterprise architectures.