Microservices Matters

Jan 12 2009   11:00PM GMT

New AmberPoint suite links to WCF and Dublin

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Last month Microsoft re-confirmed aspects of its BizTalk server roadmap, which includes a specialized Windows ‘SOA’ server known as ‘Dublin.’ Included in the announcement was word of ESB and SOA guidance from the company that takes the form of patterns, or best practices, for customers going the SOA route.

A bit overlooked at the time was word that governance software maker AmberPoint had followed a demo at Microsoft’s November PDC expo with a formal announcement that it would extend its governance and management capabilities for the Microsoft platform.

Dublin represents Microsoft’s latest enhancements to its Windows Server application server, according to Ed Horst, Chief Marketing Officer, AmberPoint. “Like the latest version of WCF, Dublin is built from the ground up to support distributed composite applications,” Horst told SearchSOA.com in an e-mail message.

AmberPoint’s part is to govern the resulting composite applications to ensure they are compliant with management policies for such things as security and service levels, as well as to manage the transactions flowing across these federated systems, Horst said. New links with Microsoft’s WCF means developers won’t need to hand-code SOA management capabilities as they build WCF apps.

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