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By now we all know that service-oriented architecture (SOA) isn’t something you buy out of the box. It’s also a long term initiative that involves planning, implementation and fine-tuning. But when budgets are tight, many companies may slow down or even stop their SOA initiatives. Listen to the podcast, Implementing SOA during a Recession, presented by Dan Foody, VP of Actional products at Progress Software. During this podcast Dan talks about the importance of maintaining your initiatives during an economic downturn by looking for the quick wins and hits that will allow you continually enhance your SOA infrastructure. He talks about business-critical issues such as security and compliance, and SOA governance that can’t be ignored even during a recession.
Listen to podcast: Implementing SOA during a Recession
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