SOA meets situational applications, Part 2, Building the IBM Situational Applications Environment

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Andrew Bravery, Luba Cherbakov, and Aroop Pandya

Date archived: December 16, 2016 | First published: January 10, 2008

The first article of this series explained the applicability of Web-based situational applications (SAs) to the enterprise, their relationship to Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), and how they can be used to improve the current state of corporate IT. This article describes the IBM® experience in building the Situational Applications Environment (SAE), which has been developed to support the community-based computing that takes advantage of both traditional SOA and emerging Web 2.0 technologies and approaches.

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