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September 7, 2012  3:16 PM

Choice Hotels rethink IT architecture – employ middleware, SOA, BPM



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
middleware, Oracle, User story

Hoteliers were among the first businesses to turn to information technology. Now, their once-new foundational computers have become legacy systems that can block in the way of delivering new products and promotions. These are not always just mainframe systems – once-shiny high-performance...

December 16, 2010  6:15 PM

Financial firm finds highly scaled testing for proliferating SOA services



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Ajax, SOA performance management, User story

The growth of Web-connected systems tapping into back-ends has led to a proliferation of services. The proliferation can lead to increased systems' loads. That expansion has led development shops to place more emphasis than ever on test and performance tools. Such an apparent case of ''if you...


January 6, 2009  2:18 PM

If one SOA succeeds is SOA still dead? What if it succeeds and fails?



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA, User story

With all the blog enabled scuttlebutt ‘failed SOA,’ it is interesting to look at a SOA success story, albeit one that failed. Read on, Grasshopper!

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