In order to put 2005 in perspective, we at SearchWebServices.com have put together a four-part Year in Review section, covering more than 90 of our top news stories from the past year. In addition, we've talked to four of the leading experts in the SOA arena about what's coming in 2006 in terms of SOA development, open source and standards development. Everything you wanted to know about SOA in 2005 and everything you need to know about SOA in 2006 is right here.
JBoss' Marc Fleury on SOA standards, Java and paranoia, part 2 JBoss CEO Marc Fleury explains why he doesn't like the new SCA specification, why the JCP is necessary, where his company is headed beyond Java and how paranoia keeps him going. JBoss' Marc Fleury on open source in 2006, part 1 JBoss CEO Marc Fleury takes a look at how the open source software business model has evolved and what to expect in terms of service-oriented architecture development in 2006.
2005: The year SOA broke big A year ago service-oriented architecture stood at the crossroads of promise and cynicism. Over the next twelve months it became a boom market. SOA standards searched for maturity in 2005 A host of Web services transaction and security specifications designed to improve quality of service hit the standards track in 2005. Design and implementation specifications also arose and JBI caused a dust up among Java vendors.