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Conventional Wisdom About SOA Applications Are Expensive and Complex to Create Is Challenged
Mar. 17, 2009 08:55 AM
Active Endpoints, Inc. (www.activevos.com), the inventor of visual orchestration systems (VOS), today published a new white paper authored by noted industry analyst, blogger and podcaster David S. Linthicum. In Leveraging Process Configuration within the Context of SOA, Linthicum tackles perceptions that developing BPM applications in a services-oriented architecture (SOA) environment has to be difficult and expensive. The white paper is available for download at http://www.vosibilities.com/wp-content/podcast/Leveraging-Process-Configuration-within-the-Context-of-SOA.pdf.
"Today, improving core business processes is an urgent need in most organizations because they must be responsive to shifting and uncertain economic conditions," said David Linthicum, principal consultant, David S. Linthicum, LLC. "It is indisputable that SOA-based application development delivers the agility businesses require. What we have set out to prove in this document is that the notion that SOA-based development is complex and resource-hungry is incorrect. With recent advantages in standards-compliant technology and products, it is possible to gain the benefits of SOA quickly and affordably."
Leveraging Process Configuration within the Context of SOA is written for developers, business analysts and managers. In very easy-to-understand language, the paper describes the concepts, benefits and capabilities of process configuration. Linthicum then goes further to recommend a few simple steps that businesses can take to begin to realize the benefits of SOA-based orchestration.
"We are very pleased to help publish this white paper," said Alex Neihaus, vice president, marketing, Active Endpoints, Inc. "This white paper is especially valuable for the development community. That is because it goes beyond the discussion of what should be to the much more interesting discussion of what can be. Developers - and in particular, Java developers - looking to use new tools to solve pressing business problems will be well-served by reading this instructive white paper."
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