Monthly Archives: March 2011

Why Governance isn’t just for SOA – but Identity too!

People often think of security in terms of barriers. But anyone who looks after a barrier knows that its an ongoing process. And managing processes is what we call governance. A few years ago, I would talk to people who … Continue reading

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Good Things Come in Threes

In keeping with our Solutions Architecture focus, we’ve just released three new whitepapers describing reproducibly successful patterns we’ve seen (and helped) our customers achieve.  Complete with architectural diagrams and requirements, I’m sure readers of this blog will find these solutions … Continue reading

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Defining a Generic API

With a premium placed on loose coupling, a typical SOA deployment displays a high degree of heterogeneity. Different service platforms run in scattered datacenters on a variety of server hardware, operating systems, and development platforms. The services expose different communication … Continue reading

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Adding the dynamism of events to a Master Data Management solution

The WSO2 platform provides all the capabilities to address two common architecture patterns — Master Data Management (MDM) and Event Driven Architecture (EDA). The integration of these two powerful ideas allowed a System Integrator (and WSO2 customer) to refactor and … Continue reading

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Welcome to the WSO2 Solution Architecture Blog!

It is a privileged part of my job to work closely with companies of all sizes who are using the WSO2 platform as part of their overall Enterprise Architecture. I work with the team of architects here at WSO2 who … Continue reading

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