Fiorano Software has unveiled a new release of its service-oriented architecture (SOA) platform, which, the company says, enables organizations to develop a comprehensive SOA plan that can be implemented strategically in response to changing business requirements.
SOA 2006 Service Pack 2 is designed to improve performance and error-handling, reduce memory requirements and ease the management of complex flows, Fiorano reports. Additional features include improved Web service administration and testing, as well as a Native.Net runtime client that allows service components to be developed using the .NET API. With SP2, the company explains, developers can now deploy service components using a mix of all popular programming languages--including C, C++, Java, C# and scripts such as Perl and Python.
Fiorano further says the platform enhancements and .NET additions extend the capabilities of both large and small organizations implementing an SOA, decreasing time to deployment and easing the management and modification of solutions.