Getting better service oriented architecture

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goodroumet

Fremont, CA

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Mar 9, 2011
 
Hello,

Thanks for the help on the forum.
We have been looking into open source software for data management and we would be interested in a similar field.

We are wanting to implement SOA. It would be to complete our existing software. What would you know about open source SOA ?

Thanks a lot.
Vic-alltour

Suresnes, France

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Mar 11, 2011
 
There are different offers for SOA. To use both Service Oriented Architecture and data management software, you can look at and use Talend ( http://www.talend.com/ ) as there are both tools to use.

They are community oriented: free to download and open source. Other SOA solutions exist on the market. But when considering other solutions, this option seems to be the stablest.

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