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Based on the title, this post can be about either:
Obviously, there are two different audiences that might be addressed here. What's needed is more context around the description above to decide whether this post is actionable or not.
More context is needed. Where have I heard that before? (SOA What?)
Well, if you were in Europe in 2006 just after the acquisition, you probably heard me talk about capturing context of the messages flowing across your SOA infrastructure. It's one of my favorite topics because the benefit is so powerful.
Imagine having a system that pushes contextual information along with alerts, so that the root cause and business impact can be immediately known? This information drives action, improving user experience, and overall system performance. Cool, right?
Here's the message in my head:
What does this mean?
Why is this important?
And, most importantly, no more reading blog posts about SOA when you hope to read something about this crazy stock market.
Oh, yeah. I've got a webinar coming up on April29th entitled 1+1=3: Marrying Best-of-Breed Tools for Business Process Governance, during which I'll be using some customer examples of our partnership with Lombardi. If you remember, we shipped integrated SOA Governance with Teamworks, the Business Process Management platform from Lombardi, when we shipped Actional v7.1. Join us for the live event and hear about our success.
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