Enterprise Services Bus (ESB) News
July 09, 2012
Dell is set to buy Quest Software for $2.4 B. Among Quest tools is message queuing management software. This “middleware minder” meets a growing need.
June 28, 2012
Open source software leader Red Hat said it will purchase FuseSource to further its application integration efforts. Also an open source zealot, FuseSource has expertise in messaging middleware and services orchestration.
May 14, 2012
Each year BPM and SOA devotees gather at IBM Impact in Las Vegas to hear what’s new and to find out what works best. Well over 40 sessions focused on Service-Oriented Architecture alone.
March 28, 2012
What do people mean when they say SOA infrastructure? Service-oriented architecture may be a way of thinking, but it is also represented in a range of architectural practices.
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