Part 1 of this blog topic introduced the notion of how complex and tricky it can be to manage and govern enterprise applications' service oriented architecture (SOA). That blog post also tackled Progress Software’s recent acquisition of Mindreef in order to round out its SOA governance solution for distributed information technology (IT) environments.
Mindreef joined the Progress Actional SOA
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, and enterprise 2.0 capabilities. The third part of the strategy, the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO), by managing systems, applications, and user identities on low cost hardware and storage systems, has been too overplayed by virtually all vendors to really ring as differentiating, but is certainly a worthwhile attempt by Oracle. Asserting SOA Governance Competitiveness As for the product strategy for the Oracle SOA Governance suite , as a subset of OFM, it starts with offering an integrated and