SOA Talk:

March, 2008

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March 28, 2008  4:09 PM

SOA, Progress and the R-word



Posted by: Heather Clancy
ROI, SOA, SOA development

Two interconnected debates are raging in the blogsphere over how service-oriented architecture (SOA) may be running into resistence in 2008. One debate covered this week in a SearchSOA article is about...

March 26, 2008  11:50 AM

Podcast: Mulesource CEO on why SOA requires many ESBs



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Podcast, SaaS, SOA development

This podcast with Mulesource CEO Dave Rosenberg covers the role of the enterprise service bus (ESB) inside an SOA. Rosenberg notes that an ESB shouldn't be thought of as a singular piece of software sitting in the middle of every application, tossing aside the hub-and-spoke model from the EAI...


March 24, 2008  12:58 PM

Oracle avoids JavaScript in RIA tools



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Composite applications, Java, Oracle development, rich Internet applications (RIA), Web 2.0

Oracle Corp. continues to pursue its agnostic approach to Web 2.0 development as its tools designed to help developers create Ajax without having to mess with JavaScript progress through beta, says Ted Farrell, chief architect and vice president for tools and middleware at Oracle.

In an...


March 21, 2008  5:32 PM

The SOA-RIA intersection



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Composite applications, Enterprise mashups, rich Internet applications (RIA), SOA

Recently we polled SearchSOA.com site members on their RIA and composite application plans. What we discovered is there's a massive overlap between the SOA and RIA audiences.

In all we received 395 responses and 44% said rich Internet applications were part of their enterprise IT/business...


March 19, 2008  1:20 PM

Eclipse forms OSGi community



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Composite applications, Eclipse, Java, OSGi, SOA, SOA development

At EclipseCon this week, the Eclipse Foundation announced that it is forming a new open source community project "to...


March 17, 2008  11:31 AM

The SOA version of March Madness



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Composite applications, Oracle development, SOA

Rumor has it that the SOA market is on the brink of another wave of acquisitions. Oracle opened the year with its purchase of BEA Systems, but the move has yet to touch off much of anything...


March 14, 2008  3:12 PM

Red Hat buys SOA knowledge transfer expertise



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Enterprise architecture, Project management, SOA, SOA development, SOA management

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) expertise is still not available off-the-shelf.

That's the reason Red Hat Inc. bought Amentra Inc., a integration services provider headquartered in Richmond, VA., which...


March 12, 2008  1:05 PM

Web 2.0 leading SOA in buzzword compliance?



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Enterprise mashups, IBM, Oracle development, rich Internet applications (RIA), SOA, SOA development, Web 2.0

Marketers in the service-oriented architecture (SOA) world seem to be  falling all over each other to make their new products Web 2.0 buzzword compliant. Although Web 2.0 is a dubious term technically since there is no real Web 2.0. It is a clever catchall phrase for the more glitzy browser...


March 10, 2008  11:43 AM

SOA getting its red carpet moment



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Conferences, IBM, SOA

I was looking at the IBM Impact 2008 site and between the cascading images of Drew Carey and the B-52's it dawned on me that SOA has arrived. Say what you will about the imperial excess IBM has planned for...


March 3, 2008  11:37 AM

Highlights from the “Pragmatic SOA Governance” seminar



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Conferences, Data services, SOA governance

We at SearchSOA.com have just finished up with the maiden run of our "Pragmatic SOA Governance" seminar. The first two shows were in suburban Philadelphia and Washington D.C. and I'm pleased to report they went swimmingly. Here's a few of the high points from the show:

  • Anne Thomas Manes,...


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