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As we talk to customers and prospects who are beginning to plan or enhance their SOA, we've realized that data is often overlooked in the development of a SOA infrastructure. As a matter of fact, some SOA technologists refer to it as the "day 2" problem. Why? Well, we think it might be because application and data architects may have difficulty making informed architectural decisions about it. Below is a 6 minute podcast by Ken Rugg, VP of Products for DataXtend and ObjectStore at Progress Software, that talks about the importance of data integration in SOA, why people may forget to plan for it, and some concepts related to smart data mediation.
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