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Introducing Telematica's New Website, and My New Blog

Over the course of the next weeks, I will be moving my professional blogging to the new website for Telematica. As many of you know, I've re-established the consulting practice of Telematica, and over the past year have focused my energies on cloud computing, its infrastructure and platforms, as well as the requirements for an 'intercloud' -- the analog and moral equivalent of the 'internet' which permitted reliable interworking and interoperation of heterogeneous networks which are individually managed, administered and operated.

Telematica's consulting practice reflects this emphasis in the technology realms, and adds to it my strongly held view that service oriented systems (whether built on the principles of SOA or on the basis of the most modern cloud technologies) approach to 'composed' offers, demands an appreciation and perhaps a dependence on strategic operating relationships. The combination of cloud technologies and business development seems a natural to me, and they will be the fundament of Telematica's practice.

For the foreseeable future, I will be blogging on Cumulations, the blog of Telematica. I may to cross-post or double-post some of the industry-oriented entries on both Cumulations and Telematique for a short while. I'll continue to use Telematique as a place for the more speciulative, the more personal and the more far ranging sets of interest with which I'm afflicted. I look forward to seeing a few of you on the new site, and hope to finally get back into the writing I find so difficult to do, but so rewarding when I make it happen.

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