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Last month we introduced our first WSOA interview, SOA: Time to Value of IT. Here is another interview on a more technical topic which explains in detail, but yet understandable terms, how SOA project leads and architects should be thinking about mediation. SOA mediation is a critical and broad area of functionality in your SOA infrastructure. Listen to the podcast, 7 Points of SOA Mediation, and hear Hub Vandervoort, CTO, Progress Software, outline what he believes are seven descrete points that will help bring business agility and alignment to your SOA project.
We intend to produce our "WSOA" interviews on a regular basis and to include a broad range of speakers and topics. If you have any feedback or recommendations on future topics, please make sure to post a comment.
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