Service-oriented architecture (SOA) orchestration

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  • Web services pioneer Boubez on SOA development

    Toufic Boubez is the chief technology officer for XML networking vendor Layer 7 Technologies, Inc. Previously he served in IBM's Emerging Technologies Group back when that group helped to build the foundation for service-oriented architecture and ser... 

  • Web services pioneer Boubez on SOA hardware and policy

    Toufic Boubez is the chief technology officer for XML networking vendor Layer 7 Technologies Inc. Previously, he served in IBM's Emerging Technologies Group, helping to build the foundation for service-oriented architecture, and served as its lead We... 

  • Big Blue takes ESB "pattern" to new heights

    IBM's new WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) appears to have all the qualities of a true ESB architecture insofar as it provides service interface points, mediation services and a registry. 

  • Mercury offers change time management

    Mercury Interactive will unveil its newest management suite this week, focusing on the change time management that will become a bigger issue as companies create and deploy a greater number of Web services. 

  • SOA Software releases service manager for BEA AquaLogic

    SOA Software's Service Manager for BEA AquaLogic is designed to provide enterprise Web services management capabilities to BEA AquaLogic, including heterogeneous endpoint and service level agreement monitoring, in-depth error handling and root cause ... 

  • Infravio release targets SOA business rules

    The latest registry/repository upgrade from Infravio focuses on putting more control in the hands of business users. 

  • The WSDM in SOA

    Tomorrow a group of prominent Web services and networking vendors will attempt to show off the muscle and flexibility of the WSDM specification. 

  • Web services threats, the essentials

    A checklist of five things to know about Web services threats includes not spending too much time on individual threats, not being over-reliant on standards and taking advantage of Web services flexibility. 

  • Synapse, Celtix and ServiceMix to join forces?

    Three different integration projects are on the verge of teaming up to form an open source super group, each tackling a different portion of the integration equation. 

  • Synapse a needed weapon against tight coupling

    With fears that Web services standards could lead down a point-to-point alley, the Apache Synapse project looks for a rapid creation of a functional mediation framework.