muSOAing for 6/5/09

Continuing our talk on Orchestration engines, these have certainly come a long way. While the trend until quite recently was product offerings that were by and large based on open standards but did have proprietary elements built into them to ensure vendor lockin. The good news now is everyone is gravitating towards open standards.

With open standards I mean mainly BPEL and SOA (web services, schemas and xml) with underpinnings of either J2EE or Microsoft technologies. Talking about orchestrations, it is important to point out the disctinctions between process orchestrations and service orchestrations.

Got to run, more in my next muSOAing.

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