Oracle SOA vs. IBM SOA - Customer Perspectives on Evaluating Complexity and Business Value

Oracle SOA vs. IBM SOA - Customer Perspectives on Evaluating Complexity and Business Value
The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) model has become the cornerstone of business computing. Its ability to greatly accelerate the development of business-critical applications promotes business agility, decreases time-to-value and total cost of ownership (TCO), and greatly increases the efficiency and strategic value of IT. SOA implementations tend to be complex, IT decision makers should carefully consider their choice of a SOA platform in terms of its ability to simplify the fundamental development, deployment, and management tasks involved. Read on.
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