Saturday, May 02, 2009

2009-05-02 Saturday - SOA Governance

I spent Friday upgrading a client's evaluation of the Mule Galaxy Registry/Repository from the Community Edition to the Mule Galaxy Enterprise Edition (1.5.3) - which I installed with a MySQL backend. I'll have a lessons-learned posting in the near future - hopefully by the end of next week. A fellow on it.toolbox.com posted his view of how Mule Galaxy compares against Forrester’s report on SOA Life-Cycle Management, Q1 2008.


Erich Roch posted recently on it.toolbox.com: SOA Registry Repository Tool Integration which provides a link to the IBM DeveloperWorks article: IBM SOA Registries and Repositories Portfolio Overview

The CBDI Resource Portal has a short article on Service Asset Management


Masters Thesis: SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE; THE IMPORTANCE OF SERVICE REGISTRY A CASE STUDY AT IBM
(School of Business, Economics and Law, GÖTEBORG UNIVERSITY, The Department of Informatics)

Roman Stanek chief software architect and founder of the SOA registry supplier ´Sysnet` is quoted by Windely (2006) and Stanek says: “Without SOA governance, you end up in a Web services version of DLL hell. SOA governance gives consistency, predictability, and allows big applications to be built from small pieces”




Service Oriented Government: 7th SOA For E-Gov

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