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Mark D. Hansen opinion on SCA/SDO

 
Gustavo Quiroz
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Hi, Mark. I want to please know your opinion (and/or experience) on the SCA/SDO standards and whether you think they will gain mass adoption as a means to achieve loose coupling between service definitions and implementations in a SOA.
 
Hanumanth Kanthi
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I am not Mark but IMHO I believe SCA/SDO slowley started taking traction in the market and will be a success story.

Cheers,
H. Kanthi
 
Hanumanth Kanthi
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I am not Mark but IMHO I believe SCA/SDO slowley started taking traction in the market and will be a success story.

Cheers,
H. Kanthi
 
Mark D. Hansen
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Somehow, I missed this post last week. Sorry for that.

Check out David Chappell's blog post on this topic.

I haven't used SCA and I have only briefly studied it. My knee-jerk reaction to it is, "why do we need one more set of enterprise architecture specifications for SOA??" when we've got SOAP, WSDL, WS-*, and BPEL.

But, IBM is big on SCA. In fact, I think they are more focussed on SCA than Java EE at this point. So, I'm sure it will get some traction.
 
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