Enterprise Mashups: New Book Highlights the Patterns

Posted: 26 Jun 2009 05:52 AM PDT

Enterprise Mashups: New Book Highlights the Patterns Although mashups started out in the consumer space, their success makes a migration into corporate IT environments inevitable. Firms exploring this new software development model may struggle at first to understand the importance of mashups from a corporate perspective. In the upcoming book, Mashup Patterns, author Michael Ogrinz provides a collection of use-case driven patterns intended to explain the value of enterprise mashups to both technical and non-technical readers. We recently interviewed Michael about the patterns and what he hoped to achieve with his book.

Enterprise Mashups

Posted: 26 Jun 2009 05:41 AM PDT

Summary: A mashup is a technique for building applications that combine data from multiple sources to create an integrated experience. Many mashups available today are hosted as sites on the Internet, providing visual representations of publically available data. This article describes the history and architecture of mashups, and explores how you can create mashups for use in your enterprise. We also impart some wisdom gained from projects with customers and systems integrators who have implemented mashups for the enterprise.

MediaMosa: open source media management software | MediaMosa

Posted: 26 Jun 2009 02:52 AM PDT

MediaMosa: open source media management software MediaMosa is a Full Featured, Webservice Oriented Media Management and Distribution platform. MediaMosa is a state-of-the-art, scalable Middleware Media Distribution Platform and facilitates access to, and usage of (shared) storage capacity, metadata databases, transcoding- and streaming servers.