Technology Special Report: Business Integration

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 10-13-2006 Print Email
While the open-environment concepts of Web services and service-oriented architectures have gained popularity in recent years, organizations have been slower to adopt third-party tools to manage their performance. Those that have, however, are finding rea

While the open-environment concepts of Web services and service-oriented architectures have gained popularity in recent years, organizations have been slower to adopt third-party tools to manage their performance. Those that have, however, are finding real results, whether in saved man hours or improved time to market. But integrating Web services management requires serious planning-and an even more serious understanding of your organization's business strategy. Here's how to make it work.

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