SOA Solutions

A service-oriented architecture leverages your existing IT investments and promotes a high level of operational awareness, refashioning then as modular, standards-based services that can be easily reused and integrated with other technologies. Among other things, a service-oriented architecture (SOA) promises to:

  • Improve business agility
  • Make business services more broadly available and reusable
  • Eliminate boundaries between business functions

Service-oriented architecture can deliver on its promises, but a real-world SOA solution has many challenges, extending from design to management. These challenges are largely driven by IT stack vendors and result in substantial middleware costs, vendor lock-in, and a linear approach to deployment that doesn't conform to the true realities of building a SOA.

Jaggy's Innovative Approach to Service-Oriented Architecture
Jaggy leverages the best aspects of open source and commercial software and adds enterprise-class service and support from a single vendor to create a more flexible, affordable, and innovative way of designing a service-oriented architecture. Our unique approach to SOA includes a free, full-featured open integration core comprised of the most popular open source projects and backed by enterprise class support. Companies can add to this core with commercial components to handle more specialized SOA needs such as orchestration and data interoperability. Key benefits:

  • Reduced upfront investment - organizations can leverage open source technology at the core of their SOA infrastructure to significantly lower IT expenditures.
  • No dependency on proprietary middleware solutions - Jaggy's SOA solutions are technology-neutral and standards based which eliminates vendor lock in and future-proofs IT envronments.
  • Leverage existing investments - with Jaggy's SOA solution, IT architects are not forced to use a single set of standards at every endpoint, allowing organizations to leave existing middleware investments in place. Our SOA solutions leverage existing investments and eliminate the distruption of having to replace middleware components.
  • Many platforms - your environment is diverse, your SOA must incorporate different operating systems, programming languages, data models, application servers and applications
  • Multi-Site - your business is distributed, so your service-oriented architecture must span systems running on many computers, managed by different IT groups located anywhere around the world.
  • Continuously Available - your SOA can't go down.

Please contact us to learn more about our interoperable set of best-in-class products you can use to built, test, deploy, and manage a SOA infrastructure.