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Links 1 through 10 of 36 by Alex Barnett tagged SOA

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Sun’s intervention gives MySQL’s open source database an aura of greater enterprise readiness than it previously had, backed up by fully accountable support offered on a traditional commercial basis. Commercial proprietary vendors like Oracle have to

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The worlds of SOA, SaaS, and Web 2.0 have been swirling around each other for a couple of years now and in 2008 we’ll finally see these gel into a practical, modern vision of next generation enterprises. And a variety of forces are coming together to ma

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The coming year is going to be a pivotal one for anyone involved in software-as-a-service. For everyone else, it’s going to be the year when SaaS becomes impossible to ignore. Here’s why.

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Dana Gardner has an interesting take on a possible BEA future…

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SLA for Amazon S3 effective October 1, 2007. "Basically, we commit to 99.9% uptime, measured on a monthly basis."

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Michael Azoff, Senior Research Analyst, Butler Group cites Bungee Labs as one of a new breed of business leveraging new utility computing models. Butler Group expects this market to be a major growth area.

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Jim Webber talks Guerilla SOA, a lightweight approach to SOA that does not rely on big middleware products, a message-oriented architectural style called MEST and its differences to REST, and the SOAP Service Description Language (SSDL).

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Desktop-installed software increasingly is being displaced through the use of AJAX and services, he said. (via dhinchcliffe)

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Now saying that "Amazon are spot on" might sound like a fan-boy comment, but this really is one of the major issues with contracts and SLAs as they are currently provided by standards and technology vendors.

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