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Report: SOA Market Could Quadruple by 2014

A new report on the surging SOA market predicts that the size of the SOA infrastructure market will grow by more than fourfold over the next six years, to more than $9 billion.

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MIB Tackles Fraud with IBM SOA Technology

IBM's SOA technology suite is being embraced by MIB, one of the leading financial fraud detection services in the US.

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TIBCO ActiveMatrix Supports SCA for SOA

During JavaOne 2008, TIBCO demonstrated its ActiveMatrix Service Grid will sport support for the Service Component Architecture (SCA).

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TIBCO ActiveMatrix Supports SCA for SOA

During JavaOne 2008, TIBCO demonstrated its ActiveMatrix Service Grid will sport support for the Service Component Architecture (SCA).

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IBM's Delfino shows off Apache Tuscany

IBM released details of its Apache Tuscany project - an open source implementation of Service Component Architecture (SCA) - at JavaOne in San Francisco.

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Microsoft hints at Oslo initiative with StockTrader 2.0

Microsoft has released sample applications and tutorials to simplify design and development of SOA composite applications.

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Google Apps proves SaaS is here to stay

The development of applications by Google proved that Software as a Service (SaaS) will last for a number of years, an updated report has concluded.

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OASIS Bears Down on ‘Last Mile’ SCA Specs

Many top names in SOA -- IBM, BEA, Oracle, Progress Software and others - say it is time to develop a fuller suite of specs for Service Component Architecture (SCA). OASIS is taking up the charge by forming 6 new committees to create test plans, test cases, and scenarios for important last-mile specs. IDN takes a look.

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Nexaweb: Blending the Best of SOA, Web 2.0

Nexaweb Technologies, an innovator in the emerging Enterprise 2.0 space, recently launched a new program for blending Enterprise Web 2.0 and SOA. Called Web2SOA, the program aims to give architects and devs the tools and techniques they need to speed up delivery of cool, reliable, valuable and governable Enterprise Web 2.0 and SOA apps. IDN takes a look with Nexaweb's Chief Architect

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GT Software: Servicizing for Green Screens

GT Software, a provider of mainframe modernization tools, has upgraded its Ivory Service Architect to enable batch systems to leverage CICS, IMS, and Web services. Ivory Service Architect version 3.3 is an integrated toolset that lets devs rapidly assemble Web services from mainframe assets, and quick let mainframe apps consume external Web services. IDN speaks with a GT exec about the new tools.

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Enterprise Ajax + SOA = User-Driven IT

Alone, SOA and Ajax both promise considerable payback to IT, but combined the two technologies are two sides of the same coin enabling a new class of Web-based applications called Rich Enterprise Applications or REAs. John Crupi and Chris Warner from JackBe discuss uses for REA and how this new platform expands the power of both Ajax and SOA.

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webMethods: SOA Master Class Bridges Skills Gap

SOA architects and devs must bridge an SOA skills gap to benefit from the coming wave of SOA rampups, says webMethods?vice president Miko Matsumura. webMethods (with ZapThink) has created an online SOA Master Class, bringing "SOA Masters?from many disciplines to offer videos, tutorials, patterns, advice and even Web 2.0 blogs for teacher-student exchange. IDN speaks with Matsumura about the SOA gap and the SOA Master Class.

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Videos

Addressing Investment Decisions for SOA, IT, and the Business



  • Robert Laird - Enterprise Architect SOA Governance and Policy

Unified Identity in SOA Architectures



  • Pam Dingle - Senior Technical Architect, Office of the CTO

A RESTful pluggable architecture to tackle Big Data in the Cloud



  • Marco Massenzio - Director Engineering (Server & Cloud)

API Management: Architecture Best Practices



  • Mark O’Neill
    Vice President, Innovation

Your Process is Everywhere and Runs Anywhere - BPM in Modern Architectures



  • Duncan Doyle - Sr. Architect