SOA and XML networking News
February 09, 2011
Open source maven Jeff Genender shares his take on SOA infrastructure. He includes message buses, containers, orchestrators and more in his definition.
January 20, 2011
SOA expert Kerrie Holley explains the tricks of SOA infrastructure and introduces some best practices in this Q&A.
September 25, 2009
Several products and product upgrades for SOA, including a platform design to integrate applications and an array of performance testing tools, were released in September.
May 27, 2009
SOAP and SOA test tool vendor Crosscheck Networks said that it acquired XML gateway maker Forum Systems. This betokens closer integration of Crosscheck SOAP test tools and the Forum Gateway XML product line.
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