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Spring 2005, Vol. 3, No. 1

Architect Data Services for ESB
by Christopher Keene
If your services share interdependent information, you need both data services architecture and ESB to ensure consistent data.

Enterprise Integration With Web Services and BPEL
by Adam Kolawa
Use Web services and BPEL to bring the old world of legacy systems to the new world of modern information systems.

Link IT Investments to Business Metrics
by Chris Curran
Enterprise architecture governance offers shorter development times, greater reuse of IT assets, more modularity in IT infrastructure, and increased efficiency.

The Ins and Outs of Orchestration
by David S. Linthicum
Learn how orchestration provides an open standards-based approach for connecting Web services to create high-level business processes.

Choosing an Application Architecture
by David Jonker
Learn the common models for data exchange when integrating data-powered applications.

SOA Insights
Govern Services With Standards
by Frank Martinez
Once you've designed your SOA, you should implement a services network that governs all service interactions through WS-* standards.

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