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This is pretty shocking and I will let the introduction on the article speak for itself.

"Despite being positioned by vendors at standards for service-oriented architecture, Service Component Architecture (SCA) and Java Business Integration (JBI) will have little or nothing to add to SOA development, argues Jason Bloomberg, senior analyst with ZapThink LLC. In this Q&A, he explains the ZapThink view that SCA and JBI are mostly about vendor politics and hype and can pretty much be ignored by architects and developers working on SOA implementations."

The full article on SCA and JBI bring nothing to the SOA table.

The article does pretty well some up the state of affairs in SOA at the moment. I just don't believe that many players in the SOA market are playing with an honest deck, many are playing the old game of creating angles to lock the customer in which is not the spirit of SOA which is integration by using common standards.

Posted on Wednesday, June 6, 2007 3:38 PM | Back to top

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