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Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, BPEL, and More Part One: SOA, Web Services, and BPM
In the larger schema of things, SOA would espouse general, more abstract concepts of software reusability and encapsulation within certain boundaries (as to

esb soa concepts  multi-platform design of an ESB allows enterprises to process data between applications from various sources, given ESBs leverage both J2EE and .NET environments. ESB can be considered an extension of traditional EAI for adding the following key functions: Transformation—the ability to transform XML documents from one data format into another so that the receiving party can interface with the data in an application format that is different from the one in which it is sent; Portability—the ability to Read More
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The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Mega-Vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 4
Part 1 of this blog series depicted the three evolutionary phases (or waves) of software as a service (SaaS) and cloud computing adoption. The post ended with

esb soa concepts  when the  Progress Sonic ESB  and Progress Actional  SOA governance offerings become fully SaaS-enabled like their OpenEdge counterpart, Progress Software hopes to have a “killer SOA trio.” The recent combined deployment of Progress OpenEdge and Sonic at Portland Fish Exchange (PFEX) might be a harbinger of what the future holds. What are your thoughts in this regard, and your experiences with SOA platforms and SOA management solutions like Progress OpenEdge, Sonic, and Actional? Again, your Read More
May a New Day Begin for Mature Enterprise Applications - Part 1
While attending a number of vendors’ annual user conferences and/or by being briefed by vendors about their future directions, I’ve lately discerned this trend:

esb soa concepts  dependent upon third parties’ ESB offerings. Open SOA, So(a) What!? So, why did I dwell this much on this SOA technobabble? Well, for the simple reason that without this ambitious framework, it would be difficult (if not even impossible) for Infor to viably deliver any refreshing value proposition to its customers (beyond merely milking the recurring support and maintenance revenue). In addition to enabling flexible buying and deployment options for customers, the Open SOA framework is instrumental to Read More
Mega-vendors Warming Up to the Cloud - Part 1
At the time when my recent “SaaSy Discussions” series was already being published, I had an update briefing and great discussion with Colleen Niven Smith, vice

esb soa concepts  and  enterprise service buses (ESB ), then orchestrated through workflow engines  and business process management (BPM ) suites. Workflow-based customization and personalization will require SaaS providers in the cloud to develop highly granular Web services APIs. Implications for Users In summary, Wave 3 characteristics will include vertical industry-based business ecosystems, inter-enterprise collaboration, common infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS ), and pervasive use of Web 2.0 gadgets and Read More
SOA From a Management Perspective: Part One
The big buzzword in enterprise-wide package software is service-oriented architecture (SOA). SOA promises to solve a company's software ills, making life easier

esb soa concepts  transforms and routes traffic. ESBs are particularly effective for long-running processes, invoking multiple services such as purchasing, which can encompass item look-up, pricing, discount terms, and more. After being developed and tested, services must live somewhere. Typically, services are published in registries or directories while being stored in repositories. This combined infrastructure controls secured access, specifies the input parameters, and enforces run-time performance parameters. Read More
7 Steps to Service-oriented Architecture
Before an organization can truly realize the cost and agility benefits of enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA), there are a few concepts it should

esb soa concepts  Steps to Service-oriented Architecture Before an organization can truly realize the cost and agility benefits of enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA), there are a few concepts it should know about. By understanding the various stages of SOA adoption and by knowing what technologies are available, an organization will stand a better chance of succeeding in its SOA initiatives. With these seven steps, effective SOA can be realized. Read More
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Three: Strategy Shifts
Oracle has long moved in the direction of blurring the line between applications and infrastructure. It has leveraged the system of record elements in

esb soa concepts  Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Three: Strategy Shifts Oracle Strategy Shifts Several years ago, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL) positioned itself as the enterprise solution that was easy to integrate with partner products. Then, in early 2000, Oracle shifted focus and portrayed itself as a complete, all purpose business suite that didn't need third-party, best-of-breed products. Having been criticized for its bipolarity, and after realizing its mistake, Oracle published thousands of Read More
Creating a Services-oriented Infrastructure for Your SOA
Services-oriented architecture (SOA) is known for its building-block software design approach. Less commonly understood is the challenge of managing composite

esb soa concepts  a Services-oriented Infrastructure for Your SOA Services-oriented architecture (SOA) is known for its building-block software design approach. Less commonly understood is the challenge of managing composite applications whose components are shared by multiple applications. The performance of these components varies with application demand, resulting in dramatic and unpredictable changes in application service levels. However, there is a cost-effective way to resolve the SOA application Read More
Designing for Variety and Change in SOA: Composite Service Adapters
Integration projects that attempt to fuse processes with application and system interfaces are likely to fail. A more pragmatic approach involves service

esb soa concepts  for Variety and Change in SOA: Composite Service Adapters Integration projects that attempt to fuse processes with application and system interfaces are likely to fail. A more pragmatic approach involves service-oriented architecture (SOA), where integration is determined by business requirements rather than technology factors. However, SOA alone is insufficient. Composite adapter services provide a layer of abstraction between service requestors and service providers, enabling cost-effective and Read More
CMS Is to Content as SOA Is to Enterprise Applications
There’s no disputing the fact that content management systems (CMS) and service-oriented architecture (SOA) are closely related. From reuse, the ability to

esb soa concepts  Is to Content as SOA Is to Enterprise Applications There’s no disputing the fact that content management systems (CMS) and service-oriented architecture (SOA) are closely related. From reuse, the ability to loosely couple service and functions, to being able to combine services into a new form, SOA and CMS share many common threads in the enterprise world. Find out how the forces that have made SOA so important today are now doing the same for CMS in web site management. Read More
Standardized Battlespace SOA: Enabling Network-centric Operations
Network-centric operations (NCO) provide the ability to leverage information networks to generate a more dynamic and agile decision-making space. A fundamental

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The Future of SOA-based Applications and Infrastructure
The ultimate winner in the SOA market will have to provide industry-specific solutions solving essential problems that others cannot. Focus must move away from

esb soa concepts  Future of SOA-based Applications and Infrastructure The Future For the Big Few vendors (primarily Oracle , SAP , and IBM) focusing on the technology lock-in of users will inevitably have to be replaced by focusing on delivering the best solution for the customer, even if it means using some components from competitors. The ultimate winner in the market will have to provide industry-specific solutions that solve essential problems that others cannot: deep domain experience coupled with industry-specific Read More
SOA From a Management Perspective: Part Two
Despite the numerous benefits companies can expect from service-oriented architecture, the technology is still relatively new and implementation costs are steep

esb soa concepts  Surely enterprise service buses (ESBs), repositories, and directories are important to the eventual success of SOA; they need not concern the user and will only muddy the water. But the million dollar question is, How do we implement SOA? Some vendors would suggest a gradual deployment. But this is tantamount to straddling a boat with one foot on the boat (the SOA environment) and other on dry land (the current software infrastructure). As the boat drifts further and further away, your resources are Read More
The Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse
Real-time data warehouses are common in some organizations. This article reviews the basic concepts of a real-time data warehouse and it will help you determine

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Data-oriented Architecture: A Loosely Coupled Real-time SOA
Today’s extensive use of data collection tools coupled with the easy access to communication networks has woven more devices and systems into the fabric of our

esb soa concepts  oriented Architecture: A Loosely Coupled Real-time SOA Today’s extensive use of data collection tools coupled with the easy access to communication networks has woven more devices and systems into the fabric of our daily lives. As the scale of integration and complexity grows, so does the need for the appropriate paradigm to address it. In order to scale, system software architecture must be organized around a common-shared information model that can span multiple systems. Read More

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