SOA Platform Evolves to Require Policy-based Governance

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Dana Gardner talks to Miko Matsumura, Infravio, about SOA, SOA Governance, End-to-End Life-Cycle Service Management and more.

Miko Matsumura is an interesting guy, besides his marketing faculties :). Whenever I stumble upon one of his works I am not disappointed. Matsumura is tightly coupled to the OASIS SOA Blueprints and Reference Architecture, two technical committees that were established five years too late. See Reference links.

In the last years Matsumura has been working in two SOA Governance companies: Systinet (which was recently acquired by Mercury) and Infravio, a fact that gives him an extra score, imho, as finally Enterprise SOA Management is getting the thought and products it requires.

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Technopod Rating: 8
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Original Podlink: SOA Platform Evolves to Require Policy-based Governance

References:

SOA Blueprints Technical Committee – Wiki

Miko Matsumura’s Intentional SOA White Paper

Muli Koppel’s Blog: The Toolsmiths, The Manager, His Repository and Its UDDI Lover

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