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What SOA and Web 2.0 Mean to the Network
 

What SOA and Web 2.0 Mean to the Network

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Over the last couple of years SOA and Web services has been over-hyped. Web 2.0 is beginning to be over-hyped. Because of the hype, it is easy to dismiss these application development architectures as ...

Over the last couple of years SOA and Web services has been over-hyped. Web 2.0 is beginning to be over-hyped. Because of the hype, it is easy to dismiss these application development architectures as irrelevant yet that would be a serious mistake. Both of these architectures are in the early stages of influencing how applications are developed, and applications using either are likely to run poorly and be difficult to manage. This presentation will detail management and performance issues associated with SOA and Web 2.0 and provide insights into what you can do to avoid them.

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    What SOA and Web 2.0 Mean to the Network What SOA and Web 2.0 Mean to the Network Presentation Transcript

    • What SOA and Web 2.0 Mean to the Network Shankar Ramaswamy PhD (sramaswamy@sonoasystems.com) VP Product Management P d tM t Copyright © 2007 Sonoa Systems. All rights reserved.
    • Spawning A New Network Application to Application via XML Web Services Browser to Web Server via HTTP Server to Server via IP 2 Copyright © 2007 Sonoa Systems. All rights reserved.