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People sometimes ask what a service-oriented architecture enables today that could not have been done with the older, proprietary integration stacks of the past 5 to 15 years, such as those from Tibco, IBM, or Vitria. One such ability is the greater degree of interoperability between heterogeneous technology stacks that is made possible by the standards SOA is built on, such as Web services and BPEL. Although interoperability is only one facet of the SOA value proposition, it is one that has become increasingly more important, due in large part to the evolving IT environment, merger and acquisition activity, and increased partner connectivity. Building business solutions for SOA requires the ability to secure data exchanged over a network, and control access to services in an environment where long-running business processes and asynchronous services are increasing... (more)

Where Has My Data Gone?

With software architecture evolving toward SOA, many projects in this space have encountered challenges associated with accessing data. As has been said, "The way an organization thinks about applications and data must evolve - it must stop thinking about data as a second-class citizen that only supports specific applications and begin to recognize data as a standalone asset that has both value and utility." In today's world, two different types of data usage can be found: traditional architecturally layered applications and SOA framework-based applications. Naturally, each one ... (more)

Where Has My Data Gone?

With software architecture evolving toward SOA, many projects in this space have encountered challenges associated with accessing data. As has been said, "The way an organization thinks about applications and data must evolve - it must stop thinking about data as a second-class citizen that only supports specific applications and begin to recognize data as a standalone asset that has both value and utility." In today's world, two different types of data usage can be found: traditional architecturally layered applications and SOA framework-based applications. Naturally, each one c... (more)