Just google the question and you'll find some interesting articles, here is my contribution: "Customers trying to ITficate a constantly-changing business need by adquiring a sometimes oversold bunch of inmature, constantly-evolving technology not always-correctly undeerstood by stakeholders/end users, starting an optimistic underbudgeted short term project executed by teams lacking leadership/global vission, no clear/precise technical direction, … Continue reading Why IT projects fail?
Small Companies are less resilient to cloud adoption because several reasons, in fact they normally must be more efficient executing their business while competing with big monster companies around this globalized word. Therefore their IT is more focused in business than in technology while big companies still today can afford to deep in technology adventures … Continue reading Real Life Cloud Adoption Chronicles: Multi-Vendor/Hybrid Cloud
Don't know if this a extended use case or not, but I've been told about an Oracle Service Bus real implementation in wich the payload managed is petty much a monster of darkness because two reasons: huge binary data embedded (in the order of dozens megabytes) large message that needs to be parsed/transformed heavily This … Continue reading Service Bus Architecture Anti Pattern: Huge Payload with binary data embedded
I'm trying to deploy utilizing Enterpride Manager a bmp artifact with a deployment plan that replaces several configurations but the deployment never ends. Logs doesn't show any activity, it seems it is in an iddle loop or so... How I resolved it? I deployed the same artifact and deployment plan using wlst and hopefully it … Continue reading Enterprise Manager 220.127.116.11: Deploying a BPM artifact + deployment plan with large replacement rule never ends