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Legacy Modernization: Look to the Cloud and Open Systems

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Did SOA Deliver on Integration Promises?

March 13, 2011 No Comments

Oracle recently released an update to its Application Integration Architecture, which is largely a set of pre-built integration packets. All this focus on integration prompted an interesting question from Managing Automation’s Stephanie Neil: Why isn’t SOA enough to solve integration?

You may think that’s a darn good question. After all, a few years ago, service-oriented architecture promised to make integration easy and snappy. And yet, here we are, still being sold new integration tools and solutions. What happened? Was it all just an empty promise?

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