Governing a Distributed SOA
sponsored by IONA Technologies

While registry and repository are essential for the management of a distributed SOA, many are static and simply capture information and report on it. This limits an organizations ability to enforce SOA governance effectively, as policies are not transferred throughout the organization. Decreased efficiency results as developers are unable to reuse existing services, avoid duplication of efforts and promote consistency.

This white paper explores how to attain effective SOA governance through the use of an active registry and repository with a microkernel-based enterprise service bus. Read this white paper to help your organization deliver on the promises of SOA, including business agility, increased ROI and lower operational costs, by actively monitoring, governing, and enforcing all distributed endpoints. Explore how the combination of microkernel runtime and SOA governance can help an organization fully benefit from a distributed infrastructure.
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