The SOA (service-oriented architecture) marketplace has been a morass of vendor-speak, focused on selling software stacks instead of addressing the core issue, which is how to develop a cohesive architecture that will scale with your organization.
The more acquisitions, the more product confusion and the less ability for an end-user to figure out if the products serve their needs.
Over at InfoWorld, Dave Linthicum highlights five things that SOA vendors should know. 1. Make sure your product works. 2. Make sure you know what SOA is. 3. Get wise about the approach to SOA. 4. Don't sell yourself as &… Read more