Oracle breaks up BEA SOA business, Register reports

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Oracle breaks up BEA SOA business, Register reports

Antony Savavs

The BEA Systems AquaLogic service oriented architecture (SOA) business is being broken up by new owner Oracle, reports The Register.

The Register reports that BEA owner Oracle is merging the AquaLogic and WebLogic professional service teams.

Oracle is also splitting the AquaLogic products between web products to support areas such as Web 2.0 collaboration and business process management (BPM).

Quoting insiders, The Register says it is understands that the web products may be taken over by the Oracle team running Stellent content management, and BPM offerings will be moved to the Oracle Fusion middleware brand.

Oracle has not commented on the reported changes.





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