BEA Systems is developing a lightweight platform called the BEA microService Architecture (mSA) for building applications based on native service-oriented architecture (SOA) standards
Rob Levy, chief technology officer and executive vice president, BEA Systems, said, “BEA's mSA would enable users of BEA middleware to create and dynamically deploy software.
“The BEA mSA is intended to enable us to be more agile, allowing us to deliver new products that target specific customer needs while addressing the environment-specific aspects that our customers are now demanding,” he said.
The BEA mSA uses the concept of a service network which is designed to support modularity and lightweight application development. It offers an event-driven architecture, using notification services to publish and discover appropriate modular components or microServices.
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