Joseph Gulla

Joseph Gulla




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  • A Comprehensive Approach to Application Management
    12/04/2017
  • Age of Networks and Network Management
    11/27/2017
  • Comprehensive Systems Management
    11/20/2017
  • IT Management Activities and Their Context
    11/13/2017
  • Design and Develop Large-Scale System Software
    11/06/2017
  • 9th Annual Enterprise Computing Community Conference: Day 1

    In June, I attended the 9th annual Enterprise Computing Community (ECC) conference hosted by Marist College with collaboration and support from academic and industry partners and sponsors. This year’s conference was June 11 to 13, 2017. I gave an overview of the conference in my previous post. In this post, I focus primarily on the content of the first day of the conference, which was diverse and interesting.

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    Posted: July 10, 2017 |

    9th Annual Enterprise Computing Community Conference

    Two weeks ago, I attended the 9th annual Enterprise Computing Community (ECC) conference hosted by Marist College with collaboration and support from academic and industry partners and sponsors. This year’s conference was Sunday, June 11, to Tuesday, June 13, 2017.

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    Posted: June 26, 2017 |

    Exploring DevOps Process and Tools

    In last week’s post, “Exploring Enterprise DevOps,” I wrote that it’s often useful to look at DevOps solutions that IT companies are promoting and intuit the problems that they are addressing. I listed four main areas centered on modernization, testing, speed, risk and language.

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    Posted: June 19, 2017 |

    Exploring Enterprise DevOps

    This week, I am starting a two-part series on enterprise DevOps. Let me begin with the term enterprise then I’ll move on to DevOps.

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    Posted: June 12, 2017 |

    Changing Development and Operating Ideas in IT

    This week, I’ll finish up this three-part series by exploring application software development and groups that run the software within a company. This area of IT has undergone a significant amount of growth and change over the years due to the enormous success of computer use in business.

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    Posted: June 05, 2017 |

    Evolving Ideas in IT

    Last week, I wrote about David M. Kroenke’s list of components in a business computer system—computer equipment or hardware, programs, data, procedures and personnel. It’s a simple but enduring model, and you can use it in various situations to help discover useful information about new systems or applications.

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    Posted: May 29, 2017 |

    Simple and Lasting Ideas

    Years ago, when I was a student I was assigned a textbook. It was an introduction to Business Computer Systems. The author’s—David M. Kroenke—books were (and still are) used in undergraduate computer information systems and master’s level business courses in management information systems.

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    Posted: May 22, 2017 |

    Natural Alignments of Styles and Methods

    This is the last post in a brief series on how applications are developed, with a focus on development methods and architectural styles. There’s a natural alignment between certain methods and styles—an alignment that can be found between waterfall and monolithic applications, along with agile and microservices. These are just two examples. I explore these examples of natural alignment in this final post of the series.

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    Posted: May 15, 2017 |

    What Determines Development Methods and Architectural Styles?

    This is the second in a series on how applications are developed, with a focus on development methods and architectural styles that are gaining in significance. As I remarked last week, methods aren’t the same as styles and some pairings work better together than others. This discussion examines different factors that impact choices and pairings.

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    Posted: May 08, 2017 |

    Development Methods and Architectural Styles

    This is the first in a series on how applications are developed, with a focus on development methods and architectural styles that are gaining in significance. Methods aren’t the same as styles and some pairings work well together. This discussion starts with a bit of history.

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    Posted: May 01, 2017 |

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