SOA Governance Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
AlmiroRocha says in a SAP NetWeaver review
Information Technology Infrastructure Manager with 201-500 employees
I like that I don't need any extra tools to keep the solution up and running. View full review »
Syed F Ahmed says in an Oracle SOA Suite review
Enterprise Architect at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature of this solution is the option to design, and the development can happen at the same time. Also, it can be done by business users as Oracle SOA Suite allows designing the logical flows that get translated into the actual implementation for the integration. We have automated incident reporting and closure for critical applications, which is a function that has been very valuable. View full review »
Daniel Lemeszenski says in an Oracle SOA Suite review
Senior Technical Team Lead at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* SOAP and REST services implemented with BPEL * Database/JMS/file adapters and authentication policies * Proxy, business services and pipelines of Oracle Service Bus. View full review »
Zjaen Coetzee says in a SAP NetWeaver review
Data Management at BCX
The flexibility and customizability of this solution when adapting to our business requirements is a huge benefit. View full review »
WALDYR CERRON says in an Oracle SOA Suite review
retired
Many years ago I started doing intermediate software that allows database sharing of different manufacturers based on Microsoft Access data and DBF or SQL Server databases. View full review »
Robin Saikat Chatterjee says in an Oracle SOA Suite review
Head of Oracle Exadata Centre of Excellence at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The ability to stand up a highly available SOA Suite, which has full DR capabilities, in a remote center and synchronize the databases using Data Guard. From a sysadmin perspective, it is a very robust solution. We see even llomng after Oracel retired AIA which was built on Oracel SOA it is still very popular in the telecom industry. View full review »
Manoel Capaverde says in an Oracle SOA Cloud Service review
IT Cloud Consultant at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The capacity to integrate between many different sources. There are adapters which make it easier to build integrations between different technologies. View full review »
SysArch830 says in an Oracle SOA Suite review
Systems Architect, IT Project Leader at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
Cost and scalability. View full review »
AndrewHUANG says in an Oracle SOA Suite review
General manager
* Oracle Cloud Adapter for Oracle ERP Cloud * Oracle Cloud Adapter for Salesforce * Oracle Managed File Transfer View full review »
Upendra Gughane says in an Aurea CX Messenger review
IT Analyst at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Aurea has bundled well-known and widely used technologies like XSLT, JavaScript, XSD, WSDL, etc., which make programmers life easier as there is no need to learn any tool specific coding. * Build and deployment are really easy. * SDM: User-friendly tool which allows for a seamless approach to performing hotfixes, if required. * Environment Setup: Very easy to create a complete environment from scratch. Just to give example on my project, we were able to build a production environment in just 35 minutes after software installation and ready script. * Custom Java service: Allows you to write your own code to fulfill any given requirement that Java can support. This is a very useful feature. View full review »
Margus Nairis says in an Aurea CX Messenger review
ENK lead Developer (Java) at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
* MQ: I liked that the transport layer was separated from the business (ESB) layer. * ESB: Provides all kind of possibilities to resolve business needs. A lot of ready to use services plus custom Java services. I used a lot of them all. * SDM: Very helpful feature for setting up or updating the whole system for as many servers and environments as you needed. Liked this feature a lot and am missing it. View full review »
it_user522150 says in an Oracle SOA Suite review
Enterprise Architect with 1,001-5,000 employees
Conceptually, how it integrates a lot of essential enterprise process components. That's the most valuable. View full review »
it_user515586 says in an Oracle SOA Suite review
Manager Development at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* The integration with various products * Seamless integration View full review »
Sven Bernhardt says in an Oracle SOA Suite review
Solution Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
A definitive differentiator is the very good integration capability the platform provides: It has a broad spectrum of connectivity adapters to integrate with third party enterprise information systems, like SAP, Siebel, and JD Edwards, and also cloud solutions like Salesforce. In addition, the platform comes with a standalone, first-class Service Bus component that can be used for service virtualization. This enables customers to create and edit new integrations efficiently and helps to adopt new trends or concepts, like cloud, very fast. Aside from that, the platform also addresses business needs (process automation with BPEL), allows to further transparency for business transactions (audit trails, Business Activity Monitoring) and provides rich capabilities in the direction of fault handling and resiliency. EDIT: In the newest version (12.2.1.1), Real-Time Integration Business Insight is directly included. Isights allows to declaratively define monitoring milestones for complete business process flows, without touching the implementation. The declared monitoring model can be adjusted at any time at runtime and the data can be displayed in different ways using different dashboard components. Another great thing to achieve more visibility regarding how business is performing. View full review »
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