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Probably the most common metric used with Service Level Agreement (SLA) for enterprise applications (and SOA infrastructure) is availability. While my primary interest is in figuring out how to define effective SLAs for distributed, transactional business applications (things like order...
I was at Software AG's SOA Governance Summit last week and got a chance to see Gartner analyst Frank Kenney give a presentation - on SOA Governance of course. As always, Frank did a great job - but there is one...
As I read David Linthicum's post on SOA vendors focus too much on integration... and not enough on architecture, this really clarified one of the messes we've gotten into with SOA. The problem is "architecture." ...
Today, Software AG announced the strategic OEM partnership between our two companies. What makes this especially noteworthy is that, up until now, if someone wanted to...
Glen Daniels added a good comment on one of my last posts. Glen's point was that in a financial market everyone tries to achieve their own goals, but it's different in an enterprise - an enterprise is more...
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