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The Risks, Strategies and Payoff: SOA Runtime GovernanceTuesday, April 22, 2008 at 11:00 am EST Register to participate >
Cut through all of the confusion around SOA governance to learn the ins-and-outs of the two key aspects of SOA runtime governance:...
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If if haven't had a chance to read the interview by Jeremy Geelan, Sr. Vice-President of SYS-CON Media & Events, take a moment to read it.
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Tony Baer reported a recent IBM event where Steve Mills talked about how the next stage for SOA was to add ACID reliability and fault tolerance to it. Am I the only one that doesn't understand this?
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