Content tagged with Services Oriented
posted in November 2005
SOA Implementations Face Challenges
Commentary  |  11/16/2005  | 
The news is sobering, if not surprising. According to a recent poll administered by SOA Pipeline, SOA implementations are taking longer than expected, raising more challenges than anticipated, and returning ROI later than desired.
IBM's 'Slap At Cisco'?
Commentary  |  11/8/2005  | 
This week, we had a pithy analysis of the recent IBM DataPower deal by Lorrie McVittie, which raised some key questions about how IBM will integrate the DataPower technology into its product line.
Education Key To SOA Success
Commentary  |  11/1/2005  | 
We have the results of two surveys from SOA Pipeline for you this week. The first one asked, why consider implementing an SOA? Not surprisingly, more than half of you (53 percent) said you were seeking to lower integration costs. After all, analysts report that the majority of IT budgets these days are going toward integration efforts, and an SOA does promise to enable easier connections between applications and data.

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