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12/14/2006 Evolution of the Enterprise Service Bus (Part II of II)  
Dave Chappell says an ESB makes it easy to translate disparate application data from one format to another by providing a means for inserting data transformation engines as services on an as-needed basis into business processes.
11/28/2006 Evolution of the Enteprise Service Bus (Part I of II)  
Dave Chappell says the key to success is to build an architecture that allows for each application to be decoupled from the rest of the SOA by using the ESB as a form of mediation.
 

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02/21/2003 The Integration Continuum: Host extension to programmatic integration Gold Club Protected
Gartner Research Director Dale Vecchio provides insight into the present and future value of integration. The "integration continuum" describes the evolution of integration solutions. There's currently a myriad of different technologies. But the real-time enterprise of the future requires an extremely agile infrastructure that can react rapidly to changing business conditions. The continuum includes a look at the future of integration, so the webinar will give you ideas on what to start planning for now.
04/03/2003 Creating The New Enterprise Agility: Service-Oriented and Event-Driven Gold Club Protected
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is evolving from being a "best practice" for the few to being the common practice for the mainstream, thanks to XML, Web services and other Internet standards. But SOA alone is not sufficient. New forms of event-driven computing are also needed to complete the architecture picture.
 

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09/08/2008 Faster Than a Speeding Bullet Progress Software Prepares Enterprises for Event-Driven Business  
04/30/2008 SOA Software Certifies Neuron as a Governed Service Platform  
 

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09/24/2004 Product Spotlight: Sonic Software Gold Club Protected
While the urgent enterprise need to integrate applications and systems hasnt changed much over the past few years, many of the surrounding technology standards and approaches have. Sonic ESB from Sonic Software is an enterprise service bus (ESB) that provides an alternative to the"big bang" integration solutions. Because of its distributed nature, Sonic ESB works well for a variety of integration requirements, from small pilot projects to large-scale deployments with high availability requirements.
09/03/2003 Product Quicktake: PolarLake  
PolarLake provides products designed to provide a complete integration platform for organizations that have decided to use XML or Web services to integrate applications or move data within their organization. The products are targeted at organizations (including financial services, telecommunications, and government agencies) or IT architecture groups within these organizations attempting to solve a range of integration problems via XML or Web services.
 

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02/01/2007 BEST OF: SOA WORST PRACTICES Gold Club Protected
Progress Software has collected observations of some of the most common yet most easily committed SOA bloopers they have seen in the field. They knew that sharing best practices was important - we all do that - but we also realized that knowing what not to do when building an SOA can be just as valuable. SOA Worst Practices Vol. 1 focused on tactical and strategic aspects of implementing service-oriented architectures: employing SOAP standards, the limits of XML firewalls, Web-services reuse and so on. Hot on the heels of SOA Worst Practices, Vol. 1, we published SOA Worst Practices, Vol. 2, and zeroed in on the worst practices of organizations that attempted - or attempted to avoid - SOA governance. Download this white paper to learn more.
05/01/2007 SOA Organization & Governance: Ensuring Successful Adoption Gold Club Protected
This IDC white paper, "BEA Systems: Expediting SOA Governance Initiatives" provides an in-depth third-party review of the importance of SOA governance, with two customer case studies plus commentary on the BEA approach to SOA and solution capabilities.
 

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PolarLake JIntegrator - The Universal Enterprise Service Bus

 

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Fiorano ESB

 

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