Special report: Java EE 5 faces the SOA test

This multi-part series looks at what service-oriented principles Java EE 5 has embraced, if the platform offers enough simplicity and what role industry experts expect it to play in a loosely coupled environment.

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Special report: Java EE 5 faces the SOA test, part 1

The first of this multi-part series looks at what service-oriented principles Java EE 5 has embraced, if the platform offers enough simplicity and what role industry experts expect it to play in a loosely coupled environment. Read part one

Special report: Java EE 5 faces the SOA test, part 2

Part 2 of this series examines Java EE 5 in the context of enterprise-grade SO, looking at the Java ecosystem players and how they are moving enterprise Java development into an SOA world. Read part two

Special report: Java EE 5 faces the SOA test, part 3

The final part of this series looks at the role of the Java Community Process in the wake of the Java EE 5 release and its current priorities. It also examines what has been learned from the initial half-year of Java EE 5, and what may lie ahead. Read part three

This was last published in January 2007

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