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By: IBM     Published Date: Jun 11, 2008
Good governance of a service-oriented architecture is becoming a core competency. This Magic Quadrant report by Gartner examines the market for SOA governance through a set of integrated technologies. It evaluates leaders, challengers and innovators in the SOA governance technology market, providing feature information and strengths and cautions for each.
Tags : soa, ibm, ebf, governance, infrastructure
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Jun 12, 2008
The e-book provides a concise and consistent overview of the IBM to approach to SOA: our methods, architectures, and products for being successful with SOA. It compiles together various SOA materials in one place and gives it a consistent narrative that ties all of the pieces together. Download it now to get an informative overview of the IBM approach to SOA.
Tags : soa, governance, soa governance, service oriented, service-oriented, ibm, ibm ebf
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 21, 2008
One of the biggest hurdles that enterprises face is a lack of trust in IT’s ability to deliver business value. While a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) can sort things out by making systems more flexible and agile, this is only part of the answer. What’s missing is an effective model for engaging consistently with business teams throughout the whole lifecycle of IT investments.
Tags : ibm, ibm mi, ibm grm, service management, service oriented architecture, soa
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 21, 2008
Establishing an ESB is essential in delivering a Service-Oriented Architecture. But for an SOA to be effective, you’ll also need your ESB to recover quickly from unexpected hardware and software failures. Clustering can help by enabling your systems to operate in parallel, so that if one should fail, those remaining can seamlessly step in.
Tags : ibm mi, ibm, ibm grm, high availability, cluster, clustering, grid computing, utility computing
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 11, 2008
Keep ahead of change with service oriented architecture (SOA). With SOA, businesses can flexibly adjust strategies and practices while lowering costs by repurposing existing software rather than replacing it. Other savings are possible as well, making SOA a sound investment. This white paper from ZapThink discusses how organizations can quickly benefit from SOA, regardless of the economic climate.
Tags : ibm, ebf, soa, globalization, service-oriented architecture, data management
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Mar 17, 2009
IBM and PTC, leaders in product development and innovation, are offering joint solutions that combine our expertise and technology to fully support cross-enterprise product development optimization. Together, we enable companies to meet time-to-market, cost-reduction and quality requirements, in an ever-increasing, complex global marketplace.
Tags : ibm, ptc, telelogic, product development, product innovation, joint solutions, product lifecycle management plm, return on investment, roi, ptc product development system, pds, windchill plm system, product content, intellectual property, service oriented architecture, soa, enterprise resource planning, erp, service level agreements, slas
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 01, 2009
It's vital to check the health of your SOA Infrastructure.  This video depicts an SOA Implementation and the key SOA Infrastructure Diagnostic and Treatment areas targeted by an SOA Healthcheck.
Tags : soa, ibm ebf, service oriented architecture, healthcheck, diagnostic, it infrastructure, soa treatment, soa healthcheck, it management, data management
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 09, 2009
In down economies, many organizations make short-term decisions like cutting costs and postponing projects. But the real opportunity lies in optimizing costs. This eBook describes how applying the IBM Smart SOATM approach can drive down operational costs through connectivity and reuse, while enhancing flexibility and productivity.
Tags : service oriented architecture, ibm, operational costs, productivity, business process management, bpm, smart soa, cost cutting strategies
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 09, 2009
Does your IT change as fast as the market? A service-oriented architecture (SOA) provides a foundation that enables agility and aligns IT to business goals. This interactive presentation from IBM will show you how to provide fast, flexible, reliable access to information, business-wide. It also covers methods to ensure trust, management and security across business applications.
Tags : application foundation, ibm, service-oriented architecture, soa, websphere, point-to-point connectivity, esb messaging, esb enrichment
     IBM
By: LookSoftware     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
SOA is a set of architectural and design principles that are probably new to most iSeries people. SOA considers an enterprise as consisting of many processes and services. SOA comes with the expected set of acronyms and jargon, such as "loose coupling" and "granularity" and is typically implemented with Web Services.
Tags : service oriented architecture, web service management, soa, application integration, look software, looksoftware, as/400, software development
     LookSoftware
By: Objectivity     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This paper is an overview of the issues that arise from implementing object persistence with a relational database. The basis for this paper is our recent experience with Object-Oriented projects that used relational database technology.
Tags : c++, database development, web services, object oriented, database administrator, database administration, dba, objectivity, software development
     Objectivity
By: Reactivity     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Security is one of the main issues when deploying Web services in the enterprise. This white paper discusses the advantages of an appliance over an agent-oriented architecture for Web services security, how cross platform interoperation is immediate with a hardened appliance, and why web services security is different from web server security.
Tags : network architecture, quality assurance, xml, web service management, web service, web service security, web services security, security appliance, security hardware, appliance, reactivity, software development
     Reactivity
By: Reactivity     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
The vast majority of IT professionals and business people agree that security is the leading concern for SOA and XML messages and most quickly realize that SSL is limited by not providing content security, auditability or reliability. This paper will discuss how to extend SOA beyond the perimeter through high performance.
Tags : soa, web services, xml, service oriented architecture, service-oriented architecture, soa security, xml security, security performance, reactivity, data management
     Reactivity
By: Reactivity     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This white paper introduces the requirements for an XML infrastructure that is designed to ensure the opportunities and benefits of SOAs and Web Services can be realized.
Tags : soa, web services, xml, infrastructure, service oriented architecture, service-oriented architecture, xml infrastructure, reactivity, software development, data management
     Reactivity
By: Reactivity     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Load balancers, name servers (e.g. DNS), even stock brokerage services are existing examples of virtual services in the worlds of networking and financial services. This paper will introduce the concept of virtual services for SOAs and provide details of the characteristics of virtual services that enable SOA success.
Tags : service provider, service virtualization, virtual machine, soa, service-oriented architecture, service oriented architecture, change management, reactivity, software development, data management
     Reactivity
By: Systinet     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
As a strategy for creating a flexible and agile IT, service-oriented architecture (SOA) has gained considerable momentum in recent years, largely due to the advent of standards-based Web services.
Tags : web services security, web services, web service security, information management, business analytics, business metrics, system management software, programming application, service oriented architecture, service-oriented architecture, systinet, it management, platforms
     Systinet
By: webMethods     Published Date: Feb 14, 2007
SOA: Service-Oriented Architecture is an approach to building IT systems out of common parts. SOA represents a breakthrough in the way we build IT systems. webMethods customers report overwhelmingly that SOA is providing real value to them.
Tags : soa, service-oriented architecture, service oriented architecture, service management, web methods, webmethods, software development
     webMethods
By: webMethods     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This white paper explores why service-oriented architecture has emerged as one of the most significant developments in IT, and is followed by an overview of how businesses can make the transformation to service-orientation.
Tags : soa, service-oriented architecture, service oriented architecture, service management, web methods, webmethods, software development, it management
     webMethods
By: webMethods     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
One of the most significant IT initiatives underway is the adoption of service-oriented architecture (SOA), where IT assets are aligned to business services in a standard, flexible and architected fashion. The concept is often discussed in conjunction with Web services, though the two are not synonymous.
Tags : soa, service-oriented architecture, service oriented architecture, service management, alignment, web service, web methods, webmethods, software development, it management
     webMethods
By: Quocirca     Published Date: Dec 04, 2006
Service Oriented Architectures (SOAs) will provide greater flexibility for those utilizing them, but will also bring greater issues for data and functional connectivity.  This paper contrasts and compares the capabilities of a point-to-point and an enterprise service bus approach.
Tags : soa, connectivity, service-oriented architecture, service oriented architecture, data management, enterprise, quocirca, it management
     Quocirca
By: Quocirca     Published Date: Feb 05, 2007
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) provides a foundation to achieve software reuse. A key part of the SOA value proposition is the benefits realized from software reuse. Learn more in this new white paper from Quocirca.
Tags : best practices, enterprise software, return on investment, roi, service oriented architecture, service-oriented architecture, soa, quocirca
     Quocirca
By: Quocirca     Published Date: Apr 23, 2007
Information management, which includes both data and content management, is an essential building block for Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).  By taking a service oriented approach to information, you can achieve much greater value from your information assets.
Tags : information management, service oriented architecture, service-oriented architecture, soa, data management, mdm, master data management, content management, content management system, information integration, quocirca
     Quocirca
By: Quocirca     Published Date: Jul 11, 2007
SOA enables composite applications or collections of services that have been assembled to support a company’s business processes.  Portal and collaboration software delivers the essential people-focused capabilities of the SOA strategy to provide significant value to the organisation.
Tags : productivity, soa, service oriented, service-oriented, collaboration, bpm, business process management, portals, workforce management, team management, quocirca, it management
     Quocirca
By: Quocirca     Published Date: Nov 13, 2007
The evolution of Blade Computing has moved from mere server consolidation to a way of managing IT assets which brings significant business benefits. This paper aims to explain those benefits to the business and IT manager, and show how blade computing can be implemented to save money and improve the way IT serves the business needs.
Tags : infrastructure, infrastructure, soa, service oriented architecture, blade computing, blade, blade server, blade servers, servers, storage, utility computing, quocirca
     Quocirca
By: Lombardi Software     Published Date: Dec 07, 2006
In this paper, we will discuss the benefits of BPM and SOA in more detail and show how leading companies have recognized that implementing BPM and SOA together gives them unique capabilities.
Tags : bpm, soa, business process management, service oriented architecture, service-oriented architecture, lombardi, lombardi software, it management, enterprise applications, data management
     Lombardi Software
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