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Late last week I had a last minute flight change and switched to JetBlue for my round-trip to Washington D.C. By last minute, I mean last minute. Waiting for a flight, on an airline that will remain United nameless, our plane had multiple mechanical failures to fix, including a...
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I recently had a discussion with one of the key industry analysts covering the SOA governance space. He said that the need for UDDI is going away – to be clear, registries and repositories are very important, but the UDDI technical standard is no longer a key...
by Dan Foody
Dave Linthicum wrote an interesting blog entry on where the SOA technology vendors are falling down. It's unfair to stereotype every SOA technology vendor this...
In my last post, I introduced the concept of pre-consumption as a new and unique phase of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) - one that only occurs when you have a SOA...
Recently, I've been thinking about the SOA lifecycle. What's interesting about it is that while most people acknowledge that SOA changes the traditional Software development Lifecycle (SDLC), we still have no clear definition of what the change actually is.
The most common attempt I see...
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