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RedMonk Radio #39: Incremental SOA with NetManage

In this episode, James and Coté talk with Archie Roboostoff of NetManage about their general offerings and idea of “Incremental SOA.” The idea there being that it’s better to slowly, but in short release cycles, roll out an SOA-based systems, esp. in the world of “legacy” integration and updated that NetManage operates in.

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