sponsored by Vitria Technology, Inc.
Posted:  12 Mar 2008
Published:  01 Mar 2007
Format:  PDF
Length:  17  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
The heart of SOA is the loose coupling of services: this brings about the major benefits of SOA, including flexibility, agility and reuse. However, as SOA implementations have matured and grown in both scale and complexity, the following significant challenges have already become apparent:

  • Managing exceptions thrown up by the business processes in a scaleable, auditable and robust fashion.
  • Monitoring the health of the SOA infrastructure.
  • Resolving errors in the infrastructure in a timely and effective way.

Vitria's Resolution Accelerator, combined with SOA governance products from Vitria's partner AmberPoint and other vendors, provides robust, effective and straightforward answers to these major challenges.


Peter Abrahams

Peter started in IT as a sandwich student 36 years ago. He worked for IBM continuously through that period. In a company known especially for its hardware Peter saw the importance of software and especially transactional processing. He installed the first IMS on-line system in the UK and early versions of DB2. His role as both pre and post sales technical support involved him in the design, implementation and integration of complex systems in many of the major banks, retailers and manufacturers in the UK, Israel and Europe.

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