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15 Apr 2011 Wilbert Kraan
Members of the Strategic Technologies Group of the JISC's FSD programme met at King's Anatomy Theatre to, ahem, dissect the options for shared services and the cloud in HE.
Cloud Computing Service Oriented Approaches Enterprise Architecture
12 Mar 2010 Wilbert Kraan
Inspired by the VirtualDutch timeline, I wondered how easy it would be to create something similar with all JISC e-learning projects that I could get linked data for. It worked, and I learned some home truths about scalability and the web architecture in the process. As Lorna pointed out, UCL’s VirtualDutch timeline is a wonderful example [...]
Semantic Technologies Service Oriented Approaches Widgets
09 Feb 2010 Adam's Workblog
A new JISC briefing paper, entitled "What is Flexible Service Delivery?" has just been published. If software as a service, cloud computing or service oriented approaches to more flexible and fit-for-purpose institutional IT is of interest to you, I recommend you take a look at the briefing.
Architecture and Modelling Cloud Computing Service Oriented Approaches
28 Jan 2010 Adam's Workblog
Here are the slides from my presentation at the Flexible Service Delivery Strategic Technologies Group meeting of Jan 25th 2010 entitled: Beating Information Mess (without SOA). This is a high level description of some examples of use of resource-oriented and semantic web approaches drawn from existing published material.
Architecture and Modelling Semantic Technologies Service Oriented Approaches
02 Dec 2009 Adam's Workblog
IMS recently released a white paper with the un-catchy but informative title “Adoption of Service Oriented Architecture for Enterprise Systems in Education: Recommended Practices“. While it is fair to say that no publication on SOA can avoid someone taking issue with something, this paper does a pretty good job of meeting its aims of providing [...]
Architecture and Modelling Service Oriented Approaches
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SOA Governance
Date: Oct 2009
Beyond Standards Part 1 - The Standards Process
Date: Mar 2008
Adam Cooper reflects on the past 10 years of developments in educational technology standards and ponders the role of standards as we move "beyond this period of anticipatory standards."

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