The 2nd edition of the SOA for Dummies book was published in January 2009 and once again you can download a free IBM edition of the book. The free edition contains a subset of the original book (76 pages versus 408 pages).
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Computerworld in Denmark today published an interview with Mike Rhodin as a podcast with the subject of Lotus Notes 8, Websphere Portal, SOA and web 2.0. The interview took place at the Impact 2007 event in Orlando, Florida. .. and Lotus Notes 8 beta 3 is getting closer!
If you are unable to attend the Impact 2007 event in real life you can join the event today in Second Life. You can see and hear Steve Mills kick off the IBM SOA and WebSphere event live from Orlando, Florida – and also attend the keynotes from Robert LeBlanc, Tom Rosamilia and Sandy Carter. [...]
Sandy Carter has written a book on SOA entitled The New Language of Business: SOA & Web 2.0. The book offers best practices on SOA deployments based on interviews with people from companies that have been through successful SOA projects. The book introduces a new term “flex-pon-sive”: Flex-pon-sive* companies respond with lightning speed and agility [...]
An open beta program for Rational Tester for SOA has been announced. Rational Tester for SOA enables you to Validate SOA system functionality and interoperability Ensure system performance Determine maximum system capacity Identify and resolve performance problems of SOA IT solutions Rational Tester for SOA is powered by IBM Rational Performance Tester and the new [...]
Julian Robichaux has posted the third and final article on Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7. The article is called Practical Web services in IBM Lotus Domino V7: Writing complex Web services. [Via the Lotus team blog]
LAUNCH – the first movie on SOA has been released. Enjoy! … and Kelly: sorry, it isn’t Morgan Freeman as the detective. It’s a not so known actor called Thomas Merdis.
Julian Robichaux has posted part two of a series of three on Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7. The article is called Practical Web services in IBM Lotus Domino V7: Writing and testing simple Web services. [Via Tom Duff and Bruce Elgort]
Julian Robichaux has posted an article on developerWorks called Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7: What are Web services and why are they important?. The article is part one in a series of three on Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7. [Via Mikkel Heisterberg and via Bruce Elgort]
Get ready for “LAUNCH – Your window of opportunity is limited”. The movie will be released on Monday, October 9 at soalaunch.com. Enjoy! Technorati tags: IBM software architecture architecture SOA Websphere