Some of you may have noticed that we renamed our blog from SOA Infrastructure to Integrated Infrastructure. This came about when our product marketing team wanted to create a new “Open Integration” blog – same authors, same topics. Admittedly, I wasn’t a proponent of it because I wanted more blogging activity here, and I wanted to leverage the audience (and SEO truth be told) that we've built up over the past two years. So, I recommended that we re-brand it and we did.
I have no doubt that one of the reasons we wanted to move away from SOA was due to last January’s post by Ann Thomas Manes, SOA Is Dead; Long Live Services. Lots of SOA evangelists commented about the post, including our VP of Products Dan Foody who agreed with Anne’s perspective. Me? I
personally think that SOA in itself is just a marketing term
for a number of fairly distinct things, including enterprise integration.
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