Flexible & scalable software architectures.Designed to deliver services on-demand across the entire organization.Data-center and cloud services offerings.The flexibility to choose premise, cloud or hybrid deployment modelsServices that can be externalized. A need to enable easy and rich collaboration with customers, personalized to represent the business.Web & RIA delivery models.User applications built on web delivery models that leverage rich internet applications and adapt to the nomadic user.Services-orientation.Open systems that leverage service-orientation and allow implementation of work-flow models that enable new process transformation.Simplified Policy Management.Systems managed on policy of services, definable on a per user, per workgroup, per service level enabling easy change, easy monitoring, and adaptability to user needs.
Leveraging a common IP network and a common computing infrastructure in the enterprise data center brings IT significant efficiencies. However, when communications systems fit naturally into their applications infrastructure the efficiency is even great, enabling them to leverage IT expertise that is already aligned with managing a variety of applications and they can take advantage of common app infrastructure such as security, credentials & directories, web applications delivery frameworks and more.
Transcript of "UC Expo 2010 – Service oriented Architecture, mash ups and the cloud: The future of business transformation"
Service Oriented Architecture, Mash Ups and the Cloud: The Future of Business Transformation <br />UC Expo 2010, London<br />March 11th, 2010<br />Kurt Jacobs, NEC <br />Customer & Service Orientated Communications Theatre<br />