November 7, 2005

Sabre's customer-driven SOA

The travel solutions provider Web services-enabled its applications in response to customer demand

November 7, 2005

British American Tobacco builds SOA one step at a time

Flush with early success, the company has begun transitioning legacy systems across the enterprise

November 7, 2005

New processes for Thomson Prometric

Getting developers on board for SOA called for a radical change in thinking

November 7, 2005

Steps to SOA No. 6: Start tackling governance

Particularly in large enterprises, managing service interface definitions and deciding who is responsible for what pose the biggest challenges

November 7, 2005

Stepping into the future of SOA

Missing technology pieces stand in the way of ultimate business agility, but limited SOA deployments can still deliver benefits today

November 7, 2005

Exclusive: Systinet reins in Web service registries

Systinet Registry 6.0 does a good job of managing UDDI entities, but this SOA must-have carries a hefty price

November 7, 2005

SQL Server 2005 piles it on

Marked improvements in programmability and manageability are just the start

November 7, 2005

Verizon goes back to the workbench

Convincing developers to embrace SOA meant extensive custom development

October 31, 2005

General Interface pushes JavaScript farther

Tibco makes AJAX development easier, more sophisticated with new release

October 20, 2005

Managing metadata

Data about data provides enormous opportunities to organize information in new and useful ways

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