Microsoft Unveils Vision

November 2007
Software World;Nov2007, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p17
The article offers a report on Microsoft's Oslo, a set of technical investments that help customers simplify their effort in designing, building, deploying, and managing composite applications within and across their organization. The application utilizes the company's engineering experience to build on the model-driven and service-enabled principles of Microsoft Dynamic IT and extend the benefits of service-oriented architecture beyond the firewall. It states that the Oslo technology innovations further Microsoft software-plus-services efforts by providing extensions to the application platform to help developers bridge on-premise and off-premise projects.


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