Matching up critical components in the SOA space, SOA Software, which provides SOA governance automation, said Monday it has acquired SOA repository and governance vendor LogicLibrary.
The combination creates an integrated SOA automation solution, SOA Software said. Enterprises can accelerate adoption of SOA with rapid delivery of services for distributed and mainframe environments, the company said.
The addition of LogicLibrary technology extends SOA Software integration capabilities across governed deployment platforms, such as IBM, JBoss, Microsoft, and SAP, SOA Software said.
"Basically, what LogicLibrary brings to us is SOA asset lifecycle management as well as SOA development governance and SOA repository," said Roberto Medrano, executive vice president at SOA Software. "Those are important to complete our integrated SOA governance [portfolio]."
"From our standpoint, this provides complementary technology so we can provide [an] end-to-end integrated governance solution," added Brent Carlson, who was founder and CTO of LogicLibrary and now has become senior vice president of technology for SOA Software. The merger provides a natural fit between the SOA Software Workbench for software policy governance and the LogicLibrary Logidex repository, Carlson said.
SOA Software did not release the monetary value of the transaction. The deal closed last week.