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CASE STUDY - Service-Oriented-Development On NetKernel - Patterns, Processes And Product To Reduce The Complexity Of IT Systems

1060 NetKernel Case Study To Apply Service Oriented Abstraction To Any Application, Component Or Service

Web services hold great promise for exposing functionality to the outside world. They allow organizations to quickly connect disparate systems in a platform neutral manner. The real challenge occurs when Web services need to address the underlying complexity and inflexibility of the systems they connect together. While Web services provide an interface to connect systems - there remains the increasing complexity of the applications you have built, and are currently building, which sit behind those interfaces.

1060 NetKernel applies the underlying architectural principles of the Web and Web services together with Unix-like scheduling and pipelines to provide radical flexibility and improved simplicity by providing a platform to apply Service Oriented Architecture throughout your application environment. Developed through the exploration of some of the most complex Internet commerce systems, 1060 NetKernel will allow you to apply service oriented abstraction to any application, component or service.

The result: the ability to realize the promise of adaptive SOA with service-implementations which are dynamically adaptive and easily change with your business.


More Stories By Peter Rodgers

Peter Rodgers is the founder and CEO of 1060 Research
and architect of the 1060 NetKernel XML Application Server. Prior
to starting 1060 he established and led Hewlett-Packard's XML
research programm and provided strategic consultancy to Hewlett Packard's software businesses. Peter holds a PhD in solid-state quantum mechanics
from the University of Nottingham.

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