Chapter Excerpt: Characteristics of EDA
Service Integration Architecture
Contest: SOA the Hard Way
Eclipse Europa and SOA
SOA Advisor terms and conditions
SOA Advisor: Business analysis and SOA
The EAI vendor in sheep's clothing
Download Free SOA Books
2006 JavaOne coverage
SOA on the frontlines
SOA Advisor: The principles of service-orientation
Chapter of the week: SOA project planning aspects
Chapter of the week: Security and Ajax
Chapter of the week: XML Web services
Chapter of the week: Working with Beehive Web services and JSR 181
Introducing SearchWebServices.com's new and updated learning guides
Chapter of the week: Introduction to Web services technologies
Chapter of the week: Advanced Messaging, Metadata and Security
Chapter of the Week: Reliable Messaging
Chapter of the Week: Web Services: A Realization of SOA
Chapter of the Week: "Web Services Security"
Chapter of the Week: "XML Performance and Size"
ZapThink 2004 SOA retrospective and looking ahead to 2005
The SOA talent squeeze
Client-side Java strikes back
Web Services Security School: Table of contents
Will binary XML solve XML performance woes?
SOA governance: Reengineering IT governance
Outsourcing, SOA, and the industrialization of IT
How loose is your coupling?
Software's dirty little secret
Who is the SOA Buyer?
Integrating rich clients with J2EE
Fast Guide: Web services security
Network operations and application development: Different worlds no more
CIO Survival Guide: Web services
Seven fallacies of SOA
Getting ready for the Web services tipping point
SOA + EDA = FUD?
SOA School: Table of contents
Secrets of the Web services crystal ball
Web services watchdogs
You can never be too rich or too thin
Informatica: Attunity's best friend?
When not to use an SOA
Resurrecting the VAN: The Web services network
Why is 'Business Logic' an oxymoron?
2004: A leap year for service-oriented architectures
Is the window of opportunity closing for service orientation vendors?
Retiring the Four-Platform Framework for Web services
The human side of service orientation
Riding the open standards wave to lower costs
Oracle and the grid
SOA + Information Architecture = Code Reuse (Finally!)
The IM frontier poses concerns in the corporate world
The market should demand a single set of Web services standards
Whatever happened to XML schemas?
Microsoft and Web services
Building software that fuels business growth
Calling the elusive Enterprise Architect: You're more important than ever
Web services are for small businesses, too
Securing Web services -- More than just Web application security
What is the shape of a service-oriented architecture?
PSeries continues to grab customers
Semantic integration: Loosely coupling the meaning of data
Standards competition: A good thing?
It's not what you know; it's who you... are:The identity management challenge
Security gone crazy
Enterprise Service Bus (ESB): Lasting concept or latest buzzword?
Enterprise identity management: Essential SOA prerequisite
Asynchrony and Web services
SOAs: More change ahead for IT consulting
Just what is "on demand," anyway?
Service-Oriented Process -- Thinking about processes before services
TCM -- The Trust Capability Model
A question of identity
What's happened to the simplicity of Web services?
Inside every Web service is a benefit struggling to get out
Which for Web services: All-from-one or one-for-all?
Utility computing: Catalyst for Web services?
Web service management market moves
Migrating to Microsoft could hurt the mid-market customer
My wish list for Web services in 2003
No clear winner in .NET/J2EE security race
Too many cooks could spoil the Web services broth
2002 retrospective and thinking ahead