Guidance and examples for Service Oriented Architecture

Some really exciting stuff coming from our friends @ MCS (Thanks Phil) - Definitely something for those of you interested in SOA to check out.


Chris Madrid (former co-worker from a number of various companies) just let me know that his team at MCS has just released their Services Engine reference implementation on CodePlex.

I don't see that this is up on the team blog yet, so I'm going to quote in order to make sure I don't leave anything out.


"The Managed Services Engine (MSE) is one approach to facilitating Enterprise SOA through service virtualization. Built upon the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and the Microsoft Server Platform, the MSE was developed by Microsoft Services as we helped customers address the challenges of SOA in the enterprise.
The MSE fully enables service virtualization through a Service Repository, which helps organizations deploy services faster, coordinate change management, and maximize the reuse of various service elements. In doing so, the MSE provides the ability to support versioning, abstraction, management, routing, and runtime policy enforcement for Services."

(updated to be more accurate for the team's charter.)

Published: 10/31/2007 4:18 PM

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Guidance and examples for Service Oriented Architecture
Phil Wheat
Wed, 31 Oct 2007 21:18:20 GMT