I've just read that WebSphere includes OMG's Model Driven Architecture. Can you briefly explain MDA and what it accomplishes?
WebSphere's Application Server and Studio tools and other 3rd-party tools combined provide full support for OMG's Model Driven Architecture. MDA provides an open, vendor-neutral architecture for interoperability, leveraging OMG's established modeling standards: Unified Modeling Language (UML); Meta-Object Facility (MOF); and Common Warehouse Meta-model (CWM).
Platform-independent Application descriptions build using these modeling standards can be realized using any major platform, including CORBA, Java, .NET, XMI/XML, and Web-based platforms. The architecture encompasses the full range of services already specified by OMG, including Directory Services, Event Handling, Persistence, Transactions, and Security -- which are implemented and supported within IBM's WebSphere Application Server. For much more information on MDA just go to the OMG web site at http://www.omg.org/mda/.
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