Content tagged with Services Oriented
posted in August 2005
The Clueless CIO
Commentary  |  8/31/2005  | 
We recently ran a poll to determine how "in the loop" the CIO is about Web services development efforts. We chose to ask about Web services because that's where SOA efforts usually start: at the grass roots of the organization, used to solve sticky integration issues that can't easily be solved by more traditional methods.
Impetus To Move To SOA Coming From IT Community
Commentary  |  8/23/2005  | 
What's driving the move to service-oriented architectures (SOAs)? According to Sandra Rogers, program director for SOA, Web services, and integration research at IDC, the good news is that most of it is coming from the IT rather than the vendor community. Compliance is a huge issue, as are new regulations that require process tracking and auditing. There's also a heightened urgency to get control of end-to-end business processes. And then there's the promise of speedy deployment, and the high de
Web Services Insecurity
Commentary  |  8/17/2005  | 
Back in 2002, only 5% of businesses had finished Web-services projects, according to IDC. But over the next couple of years, most organizations will have deployed Web services in one form or another, and the overall market should be worth a whopping $21 billion by 2007.
Hands-On SOA
Commentary  |  8/9/2005  | 
This week we had a plethora of superb hands-on features on service-oriented architectures (SOAs). The first one was a review of Axis 1.2.1 by our chief SOA reviewer, Shane Turner. Shane points out that as more companies turn to Web services as a viable means of deploying light-weight, distributed application components, the matter of adhering to accepted standards becomes paramount. One such standard that many companies and organiza
ESB For SOA Reliability
Commentary  |  8/2/2005  | 
An SOA promises many things -- you can keep using existing applications rather than building them from scratch, they are scalable and robust, and, if designed right, should be capable of "on-demand" response to the needs of the enterprise. But one of the trade-offs of SOA is reliability, especially with


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