Service orchestration

  • July 24, 2008 24 Jul'08

    Architecture 101: Why SOA needs an enterprise focus

    Enterprise architecture experts at the Open Group Conference lamented that much of the work being done in SOA has been too project specific and unable to yield larger business benefits.

  • July 22, 2008 22 Jul'08

    Data services mashup wizard latest for SOA

    Wizard technology for mashing up data services can help enterprise database administrators, as well as a new generation of 'mashup authors,' WSO2 director shows.

  • July 16, 2008 16 Jul'08

    Sarbox pushes engineering firm into SOA

    SOA proves to be as much about aligning people processes as it is about integrating applications, an engineering firm discovered during a project management and application integration project.

  • July 15, 2008 15 Jul'08

    SOA, BPEL working on the railroad

    Commuter trains in the San Francisco, California area will soon be issuing tickets from a new SOA-based ticketing system, which combines BPEL, wireless handheld devices and a legacy data center.

  • July 14, 2008 14 Jul'08

    SOA governance: We have a problem

    Users seem to know they have an SOA governance problem, but they remain unsure as to how to fix it, according to Software AG's Miko Matsumura.

  • July 08, 2008 08 Jul'08

    SOA triple play: Policy meets Semantic Web

    WSO2 uses Semantic Web Resource Description Framework triples concepts developed by W3C to express service policies and dependencies inside an SOA registry.

  • July 02, 2008 02 Jul'08

    BEA users draw up their own roadmap for Oracle

    BEA users respond to's survey and give their perspectives on Oracle's plans for the products they rely on.

  • July 02, 2008 02 Jul'08

    Oracle details SOA, Java roadmap with BEA

    Oracle executives pledge to upgrade and maintain BEA products with no forced migration, but plan to merge the two companies' ESBs technologies into a single product.

  • June 12, 2008 12 Jun'08

    7 deadly sins of SOA

    SOA has entered the mainstream, but ubiquity doesn't guarantee success, analysts said at the Gartner's architecture summit this week. They warned of dangers that can derail SOA adoption.

  • May 29, 2008 29 May'08

    SOA marches on despite U.S. economic troubles, analysts say

    Born in the recession that began this decade, analysts see SOA continuing its role as an cost-effective architecture even in a troubled economy, where there is so far little data to indicate that it is being adversely impacted.

  • May 07, 2008 07 May'08

    JavaOne: JBoss on SOA middleware, Java EE and data services

    There's traditional middleware and then there's SOA middleware and determining where they might converge or diverge is still a work in progress for vendors, says Craig Muzilla, vice president of Red Hat Inc.'s Middleware Business Unit. At JavaOne in...

  • May 01, 2008 01 May'08

    Burton recommends practical Web 2.0

    A new report from Burton Group suggests enterprise applications of Web 2.0 technology focus on the pragmatic.

  • April 29, 2008 29 Apr'08

    SOA provides a test for QA, HP finds

    SOA is changing the role of quality assurance professionals as they transition from checking out applications to testing interdependent services, composite applications, and the variety of regression scenarios, says HP's Tim Hall.

  • April 22, 2008 22 Apr'08

    SOA picture worth 1,000 words for HP

    To help businesses visualize where SOA could boost legacy application performance, HP has developed tools that graphically show problem areas in the existing IT infrastructure.

  • April 21, 2008 21 Apr'08

    Adopt Google Apps? It depends, Burton analyst says

    Google Apps prove the concept that desktop applications can be provided using the SaaS model, but the lack of mature auditing capabilities make them risky for large businesses, the Burton Group reports.