IBM eyes SOA management
IBM Tivoli executives last week said the company would by year-end deliver software to keep tabs on service-oriented architecture -enabled applications.
The company detailed IBM Tivoli Composite Application Management (ITCAM) for SOA software to some 3,000 attendees at the Share user group conference. ITCAM will be able to monitor SOA service and application performance, and will give network operations staff views into the status of underlying infrastructure components, such as middleware and application servers, IBM says. The company's announcement follows HP's June introduction of OpenView SOA Manager .