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I've evaluated 3 SOA Governance Registry and Repository packages thus far...

In my evaluation, I've looked at Mule Galaxy, AG Software CentraSite and IBM WSRR with Rational Asset Manager. I have to say that the decis…

Started by Sunny Wear

2 Jul 10, 2009
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SCA (Service Component Architecture) as a SOA Design Pattern

I've recently looked into using SCA with Java Implementation as a SOA Design Pattern to follow in my organization. It seems like a good fit…

Started by Sunny Wear

0 May 28, 2009

SOA Design-time Patterns

I'm looking into best practices for design-time governance of services. Does anyone have any links or whitepapers they can suggest? Thank y…

Started by Sunny Wear

1 May 23, 2009
Reply by Sunny Wear

Anyone looking at Registry Tool sets?

Some of the registry tools I am evaluating include MULE Galaxy, IBM WSRR, and AG CentraSite. If anyone has any experience with any of these…

Started by Sunny Wear

0 May 22, 2009


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