IBM extends SOA offering


IBM extends SOA offering

Antony Savvas

IBM has filled some gaps in its product offering for integrating applications as part of a service oriented-architecture (SOA) model.

An SOA model allows companies to more easily change and improve applications in line with their business demands, and usually involves the use of web-based services.

IBM has enhanced its WebSphere Business Monitor, to help track the performance of business processes using SOA-based applications.

In addition, the company has launched WebSphere Integration Developer, an Eclipse open-source-based tool for writing programs that link SOA applications to a business process.

IBM also unveiled the WebSphere Process Server for supporting SOA development.

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