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In my opinion the rage against ESBs is directed more at the term "Enterprise Service Bus" than at the need for integration within an enterprise SOA. Few bloggers would...
Progress Software sponsored webinar will examine the impact of event driven SOA
Hub Vandervoort, CTO of SOA Infrastructure products, will participate in an InfoWorld webinar titled; "Faster than a speeding bullet—are you ready for event-driven business?" on June19th, 2008....
An enterprise service bus (ESB) provides you with interoperability across many distributed, heterogeneous services and systems. Watch the video below and hear Hub Vandervoort tell you more about the power of an ESB and the industry's 1st ESB -...
What if you could gain better visibility of business systems and services across your SOA infrastructure? At Progress Software, we believe that you can achieve the promise of SOA without compromising your architecture or getting locked into a...
Last week Jeremy Suratt made an interesting point on the Infor Tech Talk blog. He says that event-driven architecture (EDA) is different from traditional service-oriented architecture (SOA) in the...
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