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Chris Marino

Thanks for the kind words. There seems to be ample room in this space for different approaches because the problem is so large. Messaging routing, data services, SOA all will benefit from open source.

James Governor

you might want to go back and compare with Grand Central- which had similar ambitions and goals but didn't pull it off.

Chris Marino

James, you're not the first person to make this comparison. Grand Central tried to do way too much, way too early. Their vision of a Web Services Network sounds similar to a Data Integration Network, but they are actually quite different. A Data Integration Network provides data services not transaction services. Grand Central's vision was to become a central hub for Web Services with complexity of SOAP/WSDL/etc. They even had their own UDDI registry. That's not even close to what we are suggesting with SnapLogic.

Chris Marino

One more thing. It's not 100% clear from Alex's post here, so I'll say it explicitly. SnapLogic is not a hosted service. It's software that you download and run on your own premises and configure anyway you like. The diagram might indicate a shared infrastructure (like Grand Central's), but that is not the case at all. With SnapLogic, the software can run anywhere. On a dedicated servers or on the endpoints, or any combination of the two. The transformation logic can be partitioned across any of the instances. Collectively they become a Data Integration Network.

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As SOA moves from the domain of the early adopter/industry leaders into the mainstream, open source is going to increasingly be employed therein as both a cost effective replacement for proprietary products as well as a driver of flexible, open, standards-based components which aid security from an SOA perspective.
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