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Category: SOA

Harnessing the Power of the Oracle SOA Maturity Model

3 April 2011 -

There’s no doubt that Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) can greatly benefit organizations that are looking to improve on inefficiencies, waste, data sharing, and other critical tasks. But without a solid SOA maturity model in place, the process can yield tepid results.

SOA Apologetics

18 March 2011 -

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) continues to gain momentum in the business world, with more and more businesses seeking to lower operational costs and improve customer service and data sharing with agile, streamlined SOA business processes. But with every groundbreaking movement...

A Simple, Straightforward Guide to the SOA Maturity Model

9 March 2011 -

Looking for a way to get a handle on what the SOA Maturity Model is all about? This simple guide will help keep you on track with all of your SOA projects.   SOA continues to become more and more...

New Forrester White Paper Compares SOA and BPM technologies in CIS category

20 January 2011 -

This latest Forrester report evaluates 15 SOA and BPM technology vendors in the Comprehensive Integration Solutions (CIS) category.   Vendors in their CIS category are thought to have a good overall combination of architecture, integration server, application development, business process management...

InterSystems Launches Major New Release Of Caché High-Performance Object Database

4 January 2011 -

Eton, UK – 27th September 2010 —InterSystems today announced a major new release of its InterSystems Caché® high-performance object database. Caché release 2010 targets the growing demand by CIOs for economical high availability and the call from Java developers for...

IT and the Future of Finance: How War, WikiLeaks and a Return to the Gold Standard Could Thrust SOA Into the Limelight

13 December 2010 -

Since the start of the 21st century, world news seems to have remained steadily tumultuous. Starting with the Y2K non-starter, there has been plenty to be concerned about, beginning with the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre in September...

Improving Operational Processes: Part 2 – Using Business Integration To Tighten Up Disparate Systems

You may not believe it, but often the larger a company is, the more wasteful their operational processes become. And when you think about it, it makes sense: whereas a small business may go out and buy a simple CRM...