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Stories about enterprises deploying web services and business process technology for business agility

Published: 2006-01-16T12:00:00-00:00


Is it time to build in BPM?


Some vendors say business process management should be built into applications rather than bought as a separate product.

SOA immaturity dogs early adopters


The gap between vision and reality in SOA tools and best practice is putting pressure on organizations as they implement projects.

Oracle gets on with its SOA knitting


Oracle is pressing ahead with a grand plan to integrate its SOA stack, even while adding more acquisitions.

Here come the change architects


SOA can only deliver business agility if it's built to adapt to changing demands throughout the lifetime of the architecture.

Vendor frameworks exploit gaps in BPEL


Proprietary implementations will undermine the openness of BPEL-based business process orchestration in an SOA.

Profiting from service reuse


Rearden Commerce hosts a composite application platform that lets enterprises consume and potentially resell business services.

SOA to boost business process projects


Service-oriented architectures can help BPM projects realize the dream of continuous process improvement, say vendors.

Synapse to spark web services connections


Apache-sponsored Synapse open-source project aims to build a universal web services intermediary.

AON takes integration to the wire


XML-aware network devices within a service-oriented infrastructure can make integration simpler, faster, cheaper

Business focus to broaden appeal of SOA


If SOA can bridge the gap between business need and technology intent, then SMBs might just be interested.

EII helps BI adapt to SOA


Enterprise information integration (EII) brings real-time web services into business intelligence (BI) tools, but at a cost.

Weak governance haunts SOAs


Making sure that developers adhere to corporate policies in an SOA requires imaginative compliance and incentive systems.

Oracle keeps on buying into SOA


Buying Oblix has plugged important gaps in Oracle's SOA strategy, putting it temporarily ahead of competitors IBM, HP and SAP.

Laying the foundations for SOA


Enterprises implementing SOA aim to maximize the benefits while minimizing unforeseen burdens.

Vendors vie to reign in services


The emerging SOA management market is a battleground between best-of-breed specialists and established enterprise-wide infrastructure vendors.