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June 27, 2008  1:20 PM

SOA acquisition week: Progress adds Mindreef



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Progress Software, SOA, SOA development, SOA governance, SOA infrastructure, SOA management, Software testing

You wouldn't know the mergers and acquisitions market on Wall Street was in the doldrums if you were just watching Progress Software Corp. this week. First, Progress snapped up IonaTechnologies Inc.,...

June 11, 2008  4:35 PM

Sun and SOA: Too much Java and not enough open source?



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Apache Tuscany, Data integration, GlassFish, Java, Open source software, SOA, Sun Microsystems

Dan Blankenhorn at ZDNet has posted some provocative thoughts about the Java CAPS 6.0 SOA suite announcement from Sun...


May 12, 2008  10:15 PM

SOA Software seeks governance dominance



Posted by: Heather Clancy
SOA, SOA governance, SOA management, SOA registry/repository

SOA Software Inc. says its acquisition of LogicLibrary Inc., announced today, creates "a dominant Integrated SOA governance automation company." The two companies were both rated as leaders...


May 9, 2008  4:58 PM

Java EE 6 needs SCA, SAP architect says



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Composite applications, Conferences, Enterprise architecture, JavaOne, SAP AG, Service Component Architecture, SOA, SOA development

Java EE 6, now in the development stage, needs to embrace the service component architecture (SCA) specification, argues Sanjay Patil, standards architect at SAP AG. The Java Community Process Web page for Java EE 6 indicates that SCA is being...


May 1, 2008  5:52 PM

SOA and networking, the conversation that never seems to happen



Posted by: StorageSwiss
CIO, ROI, SOA, Web 2.0

One of our sister sites, SearchNetworking.com, just published a story on how networking...


April 28, 2008  1:56 PM

Telecom industry provides SOA contrast



Posted by: StorageSwiss
SOA, Web 2.0

I've been having an extended conversation during this calendar year about SOA and the telecom industry, namely that the European telecoms are often the reference models for what a service-oriented business looks like while U.S. telecoms seem to be mired in the 1990s. Today we've got a curious...


April 25, 2008  10:50 AM

SOA versus perfect SOA



Posted by: Heather Clancy
Composite applications, CTO, SOA, SOA development

In the early days of client/server adoption in the 1990s there were lots of articles lamenting the fact the client/server wasn't living up to its promise. It was just another theory that didn't really work all that well in practice. But after a few years client/server was just the way application...


April 21, 2008  11:12 AM

Does WOA bring anything new to SOA?



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Composite applications, REST, rich Internet applications (RIA), SaaS, SOA, Web 2.0

A lot of analysts I respect have been pushing the concept of Web-oriented architecture, or WOA, of late. For those unfamiliar with the term, Dion Hinchcliffe has covered it extensively and Dana Gardner has been


April 14, 2008  12:42 PM

Pearls of wisdom from SOA users at IBM Impact



Posted by: StorageSwiss
CIO, Conferences, CTO, Data integration, Data services, Enterprise architecture, IBM, SOA

It's amazing what happens you put a few thousand SOA users together. Suddenly you start to get a clearer picture of what service orientation can achieve at both the business and IT levels. That was probably the biggest takeaway for this attendee at IBM's


April 10, 2008  5:09 PM

IBM showing off SOA’s impact



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Conferences, Enterprise architecture, IBM, SOA

Things Kate Pierson surely never thought she'd say during a concert when the B-52s were taking off 30 years ago: "Happy birthday WebSphere!" Now, THAT is what I call a mashup. Artists who debut high on the Billboard charts plugging your products is also what happens when a company pulls off a big...


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