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Is JAVA the only mature SOA solution?

By jorge.blat.palacios ·
Ever since the term "Enterprise Architecture" became a reality in our company, I keep hearing the word SOA always associated to Java. And I just wonder. Is Java the only mature SOA solution available in the market?

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enterprise_Architecture
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Service-oriented_architecture

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Erm no Java isn't an SOA solution

by Tony Hopkinson In reply to Is JAVA the only mature S ...

It's a programming language. SOA is an architecture. I was doing that in the 90s with Delphi.....

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Guilty by association

by abhikchowdhury In reply to Is JAVA the only mature S ...

SOA Proponents have been heavily involved and in some cases heavily invested in Java. The word SOA solution could mean so many things. How does something become an architecture solution? Yes, you can build services based solutions using Java as you could with pretty much any other programming language.

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