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  • Successful SOA building: It's not a project, it's a program

    Author advises: SOA architects need to guide and drive the organization out of its comfort zone. Enterprise Architect Rick Sweeney discusses the cultural, organizational and operational impact of an architecture-driven SOA, and why the SOA architect needs to step up and lead. This is part2 of a two-part series.

  • When should you consider SOA governance tools?

    SOA governance can be defined as the policies, peoples, and proccesses that keep a SOA initiative in line. So when should you invest in tools to help? Our expert has the answer.

  • Aggregate services across multiple cloud domains

    Vordel has released a SOA product for aggregating services across multiple cloud domains in a central repository.

  • WSO2 redesigns their SOA approach

    Open source ESB and Web services specialist WSO2 announced recently that it has added operational SOA governance features to its offerings.

  • UDDI clients and UDDI implementations

    Anne Thomas Manes explains the differences between open source clients and open source implementations.

  • Creating an enterprise data dictionary

    Anne Thomas Manes discusses the best way to go about creating an enterprise data dictionary and why the systems works well.

  • SOA governance: We have a problem

    Users seem to know they have an SOA governance problem, but they remain unsure as to how to fix it, according to Software AG's Miko Matsumura.

  • What is service repository?

    Sri Nagabhirava explains the difference between registry and repository and whether repository is necessary when building services.

  • Mule architect sees REST with Atom rising, UDDI fading

    While SOAP and WSDL caught on, UDDI, the third leg of the Web services stool, has never enjoyed much popularity even as governance became more important to SOA. Dan Diephouse, the creator of XFire and software architect at MuleSource Inc., discusses these trends in the second part of a conversation from last week's Java One conference in San Francisco. There are times when Web services make sense, but he sees limited uptake on UDDI. Right now, he is putting the finishing touches on Mule Galaxy, the REST-based open source registry/repository that employs the Atom Publishing Protocol.

  • Java One: Mule architect looks to bring REST to SOA

    A best-of-breed approach to SOA combining the strength of JMS, the Spring framework and the Mule ESB is what Dan Diephouse, the creator of XFire and software architect at MuleSource Inc., recommends for enterprise developers. In a conversation at JavaOne, he also talks about his work on Mule Galaxy, the REST-based open source registry/repository that is going GA later this month. Noting that a colleague refers to registry/repository offerings from closed source vendors as "a rich man's game," Diephouse set out to create a reg/rep for the REST of us.

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