The 'Practical SOA' workshop offers a retelling of the SOA philosophy in an easily understandable, practical and applicable form, independent of the actual tools used to implement it. The lightweight yet rigorous approach will very quickly equip attendees with the skills to apply SOA technology more effectively at work. Solution architects will benefit most from this technology concept workshop. However, others involved in critical business projects that require the integration of disparate systems and applications will also gain useful insights.
Software AG today announced that it has been named a Leader in the April 2011 The Forrester Waveâ„¢: Enterprise Service Bus, Q2 2011 report. Software AG is ranked the highest in current offering, strategy and market presence, from among nine Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) vendors and 11 ESB products. Software AG's ESB provides the foundation for a service-oriented architecture (SOA), combining application integration capabilities, high-speed messaging, and event-driven technologies to create a complete integration infrastructure solution. According to Forrester Research, Inc., Software AG and the other leaders' top-ranking position in this report is based on having 'the most-comprehensive support for ESB features.'
Software AG today announced that it has been recognised by Gartner, Inc., a leading industry analyst firm, in the Leaders Quadrant of the recently released Magic Quadrant for Shared SOA Interoperability Infrastructure Projects (1). Software AG is also ranked #1 worldwide market share in 2009 in SOA governance technologies (2).
Thank you for the data shown on this article. It's a bumpy ride for Australia but on the other hand,[…]
I am really not surprised that the ABC has resorted to monetising its data.When the Coalition Government is doing everything[…]
Thanks Peter! A story well worth reporting.A tiny step in a better direction except that 2035 will be far too[…]
Pyramid payments for the rollout and the smallest chunk for the actual guys doing the rollout. What a surprise from[…]
By moving away from fibre and sticking with an archiac mess of copper the Coalition ensured that wireless would be[…]