Posted by: Dilipkrishnan
Architecture, governance, Oracle, oslo, REST, SOA, Web services, wsoac
Stefan Tilkov – Link to Roy Fieldings article on why REST APIs Must be Hypertext-driven
ZapThink – Link to David Linthicums article on Best of times for SOA architects
- My conversation with MomentumSI’s Jeff Schneider
- My presentation at the Mitre Service-Oriented Architecture for E-Government Conference (audio and presentation)
- Dave speaks with John Musser from ProgrammableWeb.com
- Understanding the value of SOA in a ‘bad economy’
Jack van Hoof -On why Market does not understand EDA Clemens and all the others I listened to mention EDA and start talking about complex event processing; that is not architecture, that is technique.
- Driving SOA through a lousy economy
- The elephant in the room: SOA and the economy
- Peeling Back the Microsoft Oslo ‘Onion’
- Oslo Refined: New Approach to Modeling Is Key Feature
- Understanding Integration And How It Can Help with SOA
- Red Hat Upgrades SOA Platform to Add Integration Support
Surekha Durvasula – Canonical Models and Services This blog explores the canonical request models that might be used to alter the behavior of enterprise services using search services as an example.
Yogish Pai -Comparing current financial crisis to SOA
- IBM re-architects SOA market strategy and focuses more on the business benefits of SOA rather than the technology
- Gartner cautions on Oracle middleware status, Oracle Fusion middleware is currently based on a group of product suites for SOA and BPM that are “assemblies of convenience,” argue Gartner analysts.
- Explores the relationship between Policies and SOA Governance. Policies are the rules that, if followed, should lead to the desired behavior for an organization. In the case of the current financial crisis, economic policies are ones that should lead to the desired behavior of the economy.
- SOA Governance Book: Now Available