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Jason Bloomberg Quotes

The insurance industry can benefit significantly from a comprehensive library of software resources. A service-oriented approach to providing access to library components is a flexible, cost-effective way to help organizations determine which components they may require to better manage their business.
Jason Bloomberg
#Service

Policy management is really the key. Companies need to figure out their policies from a business perspective, and then communicating and managing those is the technology challenge. If you don't create this governance, then you have chaos. If you don't have a framework for coordinating services, there is no way to get the benefits of reuse.
Jason Bloomberg
#Business

These products are basically not service-oriented in the sense that they still enforce the
Jason Bloomberg
#Service

It raises the bar for commercial products, because vendors have to offer value on top of what open-source solutions can give you.
Jason Bloomberg
#Value

SMILE takes SOA to a new level for two reasons, ... First, it shifts the focus of service interaction away from request/response, and second, it illustrates that SOA and EDA [event-driven architecture] shouldn't be different approaches, but rather SOA should fundamentally be event-driven.
Jason Bloomberg
#Focus

SMILE takes SOA to a new level for two reasons. First, it shifts the focus of service interaction away from request/response, and second, it illustrates that SOA and EDA [event-driven architecture] shouldn't be different approaches, but rather SOA should fundamentally be event-driven.
Jason Bloomberg
#Focus

Basically, the UBR is a relic of an earlier vision for UDDI. The original vision for UDDI was as a standard that would help companies conduct business with each other in an automated fashion. The idea was that companies could publish how they wanted to interact, and other companies could find that information and use it to establish a relationship.
Jason Bloomberg
#Vision

Needless to say, this isn't how companies do business -- there's always a human element to establishing a relationship. As a result, the UBR served as little more than an interoperability reference implementation. Now that UDDI has become more of a metadata management standard for SOA, there's little need for the UBR anymore.
Jason Bloomberg
#Business

From the point of view of Progress/Sonic, adding the SOA management capabilities rounds out the Sonic ESB product into a suite that more completely addresses the infrastructure requirements of SOA.
Jason Bloomberg
#Management

Kenai's policy definition is like peanut butter to Forum's policy enforcement chocolate. Also, they shared investors, so the synergies made sense to them as a single company.
Jason Bloomberg
#Chocolate