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Un commento su Microsoft e SCA

A volte รจ interessante non pensare solo a WCF, Biztalk e in genere solo a SOA in "casa Microsoft", ma guardare anche a cosa sta succedendo dall'altra parte serve a capire come ci si sta muovendo.

Will Microsoft support Service Component Architecture (SCA)? It seems unlikely. After all, this new technology is controlled entirely by Microsoft's competitors. Still, even if Microsoft did decide to implement SCA, customers would see almost no benefit. Here's why.
Given the competitive realities, Microsoft supporting SCA today is about as likely as an embrace of EJB would have been a decade ago. Yet even if the company wanted to, there's not much there for Microsoft to embrace. Given SCA's complete focus on portability rather than interoperability, the set of programming languages it supports, and the minimalist nature of SCDL, Microsoft's support of this emerging technology would provide almost no benefit to customers.

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