Content tagged with Services Oriented
posted in October 2005
SOA Consolidation Continues
Commentary  |  10/25/2005  | 
Last week saw further consolidation in the SOA marketplace, as IBM Corp. announced that it had acquired DataPower Technology, removing from the field one of the last independent startups in XML acceleration, since Intel acquired Savega last summer.
Still-Evolving Standards Chief Challenge Of SOA
Commentary  |  10/18/2005  | 
If you haven't heard of the SOA Leaders Council, it's something you should check out. It's a collaborative peer-to-peer community of corporate and government SOA users who share their experiences and expertise with real-world SOA implementations. There's not a single vendor in sight. Instead, actual users talk about actual projects--both successes and challenges.
Web Services Accelerating, SOA Still Emerging
Commentary  |  10/11/2005  | 
There have been widespread reports that implementation of service-oriented architectures (SOAs) is slower than expected. A new survey of adoption patterns for SOAs and Web services by webMethods appears to back this up, showing that although more than 80 percent of respondents from 500 companies currently deploy Web services, SOA adoption is still "formative." According to the survey, there are two main things standing in the way of SOA adoption--and concern about the technology itself isn't o
IBM Continues Its SOA Juggernaut
Commentary  |  10/4/2005  | 
Not content to rest easily on the laurels its major announcement two weeks ago that reorganized its software and services portfolio around SOAs, this week IBM added a little more muscle to its services-oriented architecture (SOA) initiative by signing up two new partners and broadening its portfolio with new technical capabilities. IBM Global Service

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