The top SOA/Web services stories of 2006

This two part year-in-review articles includes WS-Policy, agile development, the changing ESB and Eclipse getting more involved with SOA and Web services

The top SOA/Web services stories of 2006, part 1

This first of two year-in-review articles includes WS-Policy, agile development, the changing ESB and Eclipse getting more involved with SOA and Web services. Read part one.

The top SOA/Web services stories of 2006, part 2

The second part of this look back at the past year includes users deploying SOA, the advent of governance, acquisition mania and the uncertain future of Java. Read more part two.

James Bryce Clark, SOA standards move past plumbing

James Bryce Clark, director of standards development for OASIS, sees SOA moving from "plumbing" issues, such as messaging standards, into a higher level of business processes and the semantics of corporate business documents. Read more here.

James Bryce Clark, dynamic SOA coming in 2007

James Bryce Clark, director of standards development for OASIS, believes the next frontier for SOA standards will be e-commerce and dynamic content. Read more here.

OASIS seeks SOA reference architecture in 2007

James Bryce Clark, director of standards development for OASIS, talks about how his organization drove a stake in the ground with its SOA Reference Model, defining what SOA is and is not. Read more here.

Annrai O'Toole on the challenges SOA faces in 2007

Annrai O'Toole, CEO of Cape Clear Software Inc., talks about the challenges SOA architects and developers will face in the coming year and how they might overcome them. Read more here.

Annrai O'Toole on SOA mistakes and bold predictions for 2007

In part 2 of our interview with Annrai O'Toole, CEO of Cape Clear Software Inc., he answers questions about the most common SOA mistakes and misconceptions. He also makes a few bold predictions about what we may see in 2007. Read more here.

Miko Matsumura on 'cybernetic' SOA, part 1

In part 1 of this interview with Miko Matsumura, vice president of SOA marketing for webMethods Inc., discusses the need to add the human factor into the SOA equation in 2007. Read more here.

Miko Matsumura on SOA winners and losers for 2007

In part 2 of this interview with Miko Matsumura, vice president of SOA marketing for webMethods Inc., he talks about the difficult task of making SOA a broad-based business initiative and how it can pay off for those who get it right. Read more here.

This was first published in January 2007

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