Profile of Brad ShimminDistinguished Analyst
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Distinguished Analyst, Brad Shimmin has more than 25 years of experience in IT technology, helping enterprises and high-tech companies work effectively across a number of market areas including enterprise data and analytics management, artificial intelligence, digital transformation, and DevOps. He is skilled in business development, competitive intelligence, market evaluation, go-to-market messaging, technology selection, quantitative research, and software development. He also has experience as an IT professional, business analyst, software developer, database administrator, book author/editor, and high-tech journalist/editor.
Articles by Brad Shimmin
Traditional software vendors, by working on their pet open-source efforts, are learning to apply the human-driven mechanism behind open source in the service of their traditional, closed-source solutions.
As Service Oriented Architectures proliferate, vendors will realize they have to develop a master metadata management system to handle the different registeries.
Sun's consumer-first marketing with its JavaFXMobile platform helps show how technology enters businesses not from the boardroom but from behind the front lines. IM, anyone?
Service-oriented architecture and software as a service are a powerful tag team supporting flexible software delivery and systems integration.
Before you infuse your ERP system with a well-meaning but uncontrollable wiki, consider the following advice--the Seven Rules of Web 2.0 for the Enterprise.
Enter SOA virtualization. Well, almost. The notion of tricking a server into running various operating systems or databases within separate virtual machines may be old hat, but it's just now beginning make its way up the stack.
Microsoft has an 'incentive' program to lure migrating NetWare users away from Linux. If you just bought beachfront property in Nevada, this could be the deal for you.