Jonas Lamis, editor of Architecture and Governance Magazine talks to Ray Renteria, Product Manager from Troux Technologies about Troux's Standards Management initiatives, case studies and ROI.
Policy-based Governance Helps Security Take Its Rightful Place as Just Another Part of Your SOA Infrastructure
Haven’t we all caught ourselves thinking of security as primarily a technical problem? Recall the days when we asked, “How do I implement a PKI to secure my Web applications?” For security folks, those were the days. However, there’s been a sea change in the industry since those simpler times.
Enterprise architectures are a major initiative for most IS organizations. Yet, despite major investments in their development, many are stalled in implementation awaiting user compliance.
In the best of situations, it is difficult for users to align with the architecture. They are constrained by “legacy” applications. They encounter significant costs for acquiring new products, developing new skills and reengineering support and services. Their projects are delayed to affect these changes. And, for them, the benefits are a future potential.