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SOA Software Announces Integrated SOA Governance for SAP NetWeaver and Enterprise SOA

Company to Certify the SAP NetWeaver Business Process Platform as a Governed Service Platform

SOA Software announced that it will certify SAP NetWeaver as a Governed Service Platform. This allows customers to confidently use SAP Enterprise SOA solutions implemented with NetWeaver products as part of a heterogeneous enterprise SOA environment sharing services with other commercial SOA platforms like IBM WebSphere, Microsoft, BEA, and Oracle, as well as RedHat and other open source providers.

Certified Governed Service Platform status means that customers can be confident that their platforms will not compromise the fidelity of the governance systems and structures defined in an enterprise SOA program.

SAP NetWeaver customers add SOA Software's Integrated SOA Governance Automation solution to SAP Enterprise SOA solutions with NetWeaver:

  • Ensure that services they identify, design and build using their NetWeaver products are relevant and consumable to applications they design, build and deploy using other technologies like Microsoft and IBM.
  • Make services they expose from applications running on NetWeaver products visible to and compliant with enterprise policies defined, enforced and audited across other platforms; and make services they design and build using other platforms like Microsoft and open source environments visible to and compliant with enterprise policies defined, enforced and audited across by their NetWeaver applications.
  • Promote, ensure and formalize consistent alignment between demand from service consumers and the supply of services through Consumer Contract Provisioning.

SOA Software's platform-independent Integrated SOA Governance Automation solution promotes the use of best-practices throughout an enterprise SOA program regardless of where services and consumers are designed, built, deployed and operated. SOA Software's Solutions offer deep integration with the SAP NetWeaver Business Process Platform components including: Exchange Infrastructure (XI), Process Integration (PI), Composition Environment (CE), Enterprise Services Repository and Registry (ESR), and the SAP NetWeaver Application Server (WebAS).

"We are pleased to announce that we are certifying the SAP NetWeaver Business Process Platform as a governed service platform," said Frank Martinez, executive vice president of SOA Software. "This certification will provide our joint customers the requisite assurances that Enterprise SOA-based adoption of SAP NetWeaver will enhance the effectiveness and fidelity of their enterprise SOA governance models, structures and supporting automation mechanisms."

SOA Software and SAP
SAP customers can leverage SOA Software for seamless, heterogeneous automation of SOA Policy, Planning, Development and Operational Governance integration with their SAP NetWeaver Business Process Platform to ensure Integrated SOA Governance Automation fidelity and interoperability across disparate partners and platforms. SOA Software's products provide uniform lifecycle and policy governance across all existing platform investments with standards support for Governance automation and trust enablement and mediation.

SOA Software's products govern SAP Enterprise SOA solutions built using the NetWeaver products including Exchange Infrastructure (XI), Process Integration (PI), Composition Environment (CE), Enterprise Services Repository and Registry (ESR) and the SAP NetWeaver Application Server (WebAS).

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