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Vincent Partington recently wrote on his blog "before you start writing your own services and your own ESB, have a look at what's available." Vincent point out the challenges of migrating from a home-brew ESBs and recommends against a "not invented here" attitude....
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:...
Whatever disaster occurs next, there is always someone able to turn it into an opportunity. Look no further than the last dip in the economy and the associated Enron scandal. Here was a company that lost millions of dollars overnight, causing distress to investors and employees...
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.
Middleware is one of the fastest growing segments of the software...
I read a blog posting from the other day by a frustrated software as a service (SaaS) vendor venting that:
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