Integrating rich clients with J2EE
Network operations and application development: Different worlds no more
CIO Survival Guide: Web services
Seven fallacies of SOA
Getting ready for the Web services tipping point
SOA + EDA = FUD?
SOA School: Table of contents
Secrets of the Web services crystal ball
Web services watchdogs
You can never be too rich or too thin
Informatica: Attunity's best friend?
When not to use an SOA
Resurrecting the VAN: The Web services network
Why is 'Business Logic' an oxymoron?
2004: A leap year for service-oriented architectures
Is the window of opportunity closing for service orientation vendors?
Retiring the Four-Platform Framework for Web services
The human side of service orientation
Riding the open standards wave to lower costs
Oracle and the grid
SOA + Information Architecture = Code Reuse (Finally!)
The IM frontier poses concerns in the corporate world
The market should demand a single set of Web services standards
Whatever happened to XML schemas?
Microsoft and Web services
Building software that fuels business growth
Calling the elusive Enterprise Architect: You're more important than ever
Web services are for small businesses, too
Securing Web services -- More than just Web application security
What is the shape of a service-oriented architecture?
PSeries continues to grab customers
Semantic integration: Loosely coupling the meaning of data
Standards competition: A good thing?
It's not what you know; it's who you... are:The identity management challenge
Security gone crazy
Enterprise Service Bus (ESB): Lasting concept or latest buzzword?
Enterprise identity management: Essential SOA prerequisite
Asynchrony and Web services
SOAs: More change ahead for IT consulting
Just what is "on demand," anyway?
Service-Oriented Process -- Thinking about processes before services
TCM -- The Trust Capability Model
A question of identity
What's happened to the simplicity of Web services?
Inside every Web service is a benefit struggling to get out
Utility computing: Catalyst for Web services?
Which for Web services: All-from-one or one-for-all?
Web service management market moves
Migrating to Microsoft could hurt the mid-market customer
My wish list for Web services in 2003
No clear winner in .NET/J2EE security race
Too many cooks could spoil the Web services broth
2002 retrospective and thinking ahead