Service-oriented architecture (SOA) orchestration

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  • Apache Synapse reaches first milestone

    Apache's open source mediation and broker framework for Web services and SOAP, called Synapse, has released its first milestone. It includes simple mediation using Regex and XPath, outbound message routing and XSLT transformation. 

  • Reactivity's Nash: Get ready for the SOA deluge, part 2

    Andrew Nash is the chief technology officer at Reactivity Inc. He is the co-author of numerous Web services specifications including WS-Security, WS-Trust, WS-Federation, WS-SecureConversation and WS-SecurityPolicy. Previously he was a director of te... 

  • SOA Software reports earnings growth

    With customers like JetBlue and Merrill Lynch in tow, SOA Software reports that its yearly earnings in 2005 rose 450% to $29.9 million. 

  • Progress buys Actional

    Progress Software today announced it has bought Web services management vendor Actional for $32 million. Actional will be folded in with the Sonic Software enterprise service bus wing of Progress' business. 

  • Oracle gets SOA suite tooth

    Oracle Corp. has combined various software for Web services, business process management, business rules and messaging into a single suite. 

  • Oracle's SOA push

    Oracle Corp. recently made headlines by acquiring two identity management vendors, but its Web services management and BPEL projects are what likely will be grabbing headlines in early 2006. 

  • Leave processes to the business

    Columnist Phil Wainewright argues that ultimately business analysts need to be given the tools to modify Web services and customize those services in order to dovetail with the needs of the business. 

  • Sarbox and SOA

    The oversight and auditing regulations of the Sabanes-Oxley Act and the IT revolution of service-oriented architecture are dovetailing around areas such as governance and identity management. 

  • Mediation means more than messaging

    The Apache Synapse project aims to create a mediation framework for web services, but columnist Ronan Bradley if it's using a broad enough definition of "mediation" to get the job done. 

  • Lawless governance

    What constitutes actual governance in a service-oriented architecture is an open debate.