Proposed project to build on the GUI-based STP Policy Editor.
Despite a bad 2009, AIM market did better than other software segments. SOA and BPM seems to have softened the blow of recession on the application infrastructure and middleware (AIM) software market.
The project named Wave System of Systems (Wave-SOS), will create a framework that will analyze incoming information from multiple sources and fuse them to provide a clear operating picture for submarine commanders.
Global Industry Analysts (GIA) has estimated that the SOA software market would reach US $21 billion by the year 2015. […]
Progress Software Corporation have announced the release of Progress Sonic Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) version 8.0. Sonic ESB is a […]
Will OSGi ever move into the mainstream?
EnterpriseDB have announced that the former Vice President of MySQL and Software Infrastructure at Sun Microsystems has joined the company […]
The Open Group has released the second edition of its SOA Source Book, a practical guide to help enterprise architects […]
Enterprises are realising that collaboration holds the key to their future. This has made Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), a technology to watch. The global ESB market is on its way to reach $639.1 million by 2015. It is also becoming more affordable for mid-size companies to deploy ESBs.
After his JAX London keynote on OSGI in the enterprise, JAXenter caught up with Kirk Knoershild to get his advice on building flexible software systems, and how he sees modularity relating to OSGi. Stay tuned for Part Two!
SOA Software have released Policy Manager 6.0.
IDC has just declared that SOA is live and kicking. A little over a year ago, Burton Group blogger Anne Thomas Manes wrote a damning obituary of SOA. The IDC projections ironically prove her right. The way SOA was practised is dead, but the services-orientation of IT architecture has gained momentum in the last one year. Further, SOA-style thinking is reshaping management. Whether SOA is live or not, the debate is far from dead. It has just taken a new turn.
JBoss have announced two new releases: JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform version 5.0, and JBoss Developer Studio 3.0
Another Eclipse project has joined the growing list of Eclipse SOA sub-projects, according to a blog post by Florian Lautenbacher. The Java Workflow Tooling (JWT) project has completed the Move Review, and is now a part of the Eclipse SOA top-level project. It will join Swordfish and STP SCA as Eclipse SOA sub-projects.