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  • Web services (application services)

    Web services (sometimes called application services) are services (usually including some combination of programming and data, but possibly including human resources as well) that are made available from a business's Web server for Web users or other... 

  • IBM aims to orchestrate SOA projects with Eclipse Jazz

    At TheServerside Java Symposium yesterday, IBM Rational's Erich Gamma shared his vision for Eclipse-inspired collaborative development based on the new Jazz platform. 

  • SOA reuse versus new code

    A critic of service-oriented architecture suggests that writing brand new code may be better than trying to reuse old legacy programs. He argues "it's usually easier and generally less risky to create new behavior by writing brand new code instead of... 

  • Gartner sees SaaS growing on SOA

    The global Software as a Service (SaaS) market will grow to $19.3 billion by 2011, tripling in size from the $6.3 billion it was in 2006, according to Gartner Inc. Much of the growth will come as SaaS applications make greater use of SOA and Web serv... 

  • Is WCF making Web services too easy?

    Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation makes it easy to develop Web services, and that's a potential problem, argues one testing vendor. "The danger that exists is that you'll create a Wild West," says Jim Murphy, vice president of product manage... 

  • Mike Milinkovich on what Eclipse sees in OSGi

    Open Service Gateway initiative (OSGi), a somewhat obscure specification with roots in embedded systems software, is important to the future of enterprise software development, explains Eclipse director Mike Milinkovich. 

  • Sun SOA roadmap focuses on B2B

    What is business-to-business other than architecture-to-architecture as business partners develop Web services connections in the SOA world, suggests a Sun Microsystems vice president while unveiling the latest milestone on the SeeBeyond integration ... 

  • SOA: How suite it is?

    Vendors are offering SOA suites but industry experts debate the value of suites versus the best-of-breed approach in analyst Dana Gardener's latest podcast. He's wary of the marketing of suites for SOA in what is supposed to be a loosely coupled appr... 

  • Eclipse jumps on the Ajax bandwagon

    New releases of its Ajax framework, toolkit and dynamic language tools for rich Internet application development top the news as EclipseCon opens today. 

  • IBM adds Google gadgets to WebSphere

    Google gadgets, Web services applications developed by Google Inc., will be accessible to business users via IBM's WebSphere Portal, the two companies announced. IBM said an April release of its portal product will include directory access to Google ...