Isn't it SOAnderful?: SOA, architecture, and developer issues.
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If you're using IBM tools for Web services development, you're probably using, or will soon use, WebSphere Process Server. It's a key component of the IBM SOA platform, as it supports the actual runtime activities of the SOA lifecycle. In his new article on developerWorks, Create a Web service with Ruby on Rails for integration with WebSphere Process Server, IBM'er Terrence White lays down a compelling set of examples for how to a simple SCA service can be used to integrate a Ruby on Rails app with a WebSphere Process Server module. Terrence is an old hand at this stuff, and a fantastic writer - you're in for a real education.[Read More]