Jet Blue Picks SOA for New Architecture
- By Becky Nagel
- August 10, 2005
Earlier this week Santa Monica, Calif.-based SOA Software, provider of Web
services management tools and a Microsoft Certified Gold ISV partner, announced
that Jet Blue Airways has incorporated its Service Manager product into the
company's Web services architecture.
Service Manager will be used to create, secure and monitor the architecture,
which is built on .NET, BizTalk Server and SQL Server, as well as allow Jet
Blue to have an infrastructure that can support its partners, the companies
"We placed a lot of emphasis on security, service level agreements and
governance," commented Tyrone Paige, senior software architect at Jet Blue,
in a released statement."“After reviewing all the key players in
the Web services management, security and registry market, we found that SOA
Software’s Service Manager was the best solution on the market to address
“As companies like Jet Blue begin to rely on Web services, they face
the challenge of building scaleable and reusable networks. Service Manager is
designed to secure and manage enterprise-class SOA implementations today, while
being flexible enough to meet the IT environment of tomorrow,” Eric Pulier,
founder and executive chairman of SOA Software, said in the same statement.
Formerly known as Digital Evolution, SOA Software changed its name earlier
this year to "better reflect" its mission to provide comprehensive
products and services for Service-Oriented Architectures (SOAs).
About the Author
Becky Nagel is the vice president of Web & Digital Strategy for 1105's Converge360 Group, where she oversees the front-end Web team and deals with all aspects of digital projects at the company, including launching and running the group's popular virtual summit and Coffee talk series . She an experienced tech journalist (20 years), and before her current position, was the editorial director of the group's sites. A few years ago she gave a talk at a leading technical publishers conference about how changes in Web browser technology would impact online advertising for publishers. Follow her on twitter @beckynagel.