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TOP MANUFACTURERS Listed in The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Market Report Are:● MID GmbH ● Oracle ● Red Hat ● CASB Solution ● TIBCO Software ● WSO2 ● IBM ● Rogue Wave Software ● HP ● Microsoft
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The research report has incorporated the analysis of different factors that augment the market's growth. It constitutes trends, restraints, and drivers that transform the market in either a positive or negative manner. This section also provides the scope of different segments and applications that can potentially influence the market in the future. The detailed information is based on current trends and historic milestones.
For the competitive landscape, the report also introduces players in the industry from the perspective of the market share, concentration ratio, etc., and describes the leading companies in detail, with which the readers can get a better idea of their competitors and acquire an in-depth understanding of the competitive situation. Further, mergers and acquisitions, emerging market trends, the impact of COVID-19, and regional conflicts will all be considered.
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Based on the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market development status, competitive landscape and development model in different regions of the world, this report is dedicated to providing niche markets, potential risks and comprehensive competitive strategy analysis in different fields. From the competitive advantages of different types of products and services, the development opportunities and consumption characteristics and structure analysis of the downstream application fields are all analysed in detail. To Boost Growth during the epidemic era, this report analyses in detail for the potential risks and opportunities which can be focused on.
Based on TYPE, the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market from 2023 to 2028 is primarily split into:● Cloud Based ● On Premises
Based on applications, the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market from 2023 to 2028 covers:● BFSI ● Manufacturing ● Retail ● Education ● Healthcare ● Telecom ● Others
COVID-19 AND RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR INFLUENCE ANALYSIS:
The readers in the section will understand how the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market scenario changed across the globe during the pandemic, post-pandemic and Russia-Ukraine War. The study is done keeping in view the changes in aspects such as demand, consumption, transportation, consumer behavior, supply chain management, export and import, and production. The industry experts have also highlighted the key factors that will help create opportunities for players and stabilize the overall industry in the years to come.
The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market revenue was Million USD in 2016, grew to Million USD in 2023, and will reach Million USD in 2028, with a CAGR of during 2023-2028.Considering the influence of COVID-19 on the global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market, this report analyzed the impact from both global and regional perspectives. From production end to consumption end in regions such as North America, Europe, China, and Japan, the report put emphasis on analysis of market under COVID-19 and corresponding response policy in different regions.
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Yes. As the COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine war are profoundly affecting the global supply chain relationship and raw material price system, we have definitely taken them into consideration throughout the research, and we elaborate at full length on the impact of the pandemic and the war on the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Industry.
- How do you determine the list of the key players included in the report?
With the aim of clearly revealing the competitive situation of the industry, we concretely analyze not only the leading enterprises that have a voice on a global scale, but also the regional small and medium-sized companies that play key roles and have plenty of potential growth.
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Chapter 1 provides an overview of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market, containing global revenue and CAGR. The forecast and analysis of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market by type, application, and region are also presented in this chapter.
Chapter 2 is about the market landscape and major players. It provides competitive situation and market concentration status along with the basic information of these players.
Chapter 3 introduces the industrial chain of Polyurethane Elastic Sealant and MS Sealant. Industrial chain analysis, raw material (suppliers, price, supply and demand, market concentration rate) and downstream buyers are analyzed in this chapter.
Chapter 4 concentrates on manufacturing analysis, including cost structure analysis and process analysis, making up a comprehensive analysis of manufacturing cost.
Chapter 5 provides clear insights into market dynamics, the influence of COVID-19 in Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software industry, consumer behavior analysis.
Chapter 6 provides a full-scale analysis of major players in Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software industry. The basic information, as well as the profiles, applications and specifications of products market performance along with Business Overview are offered.
Chapter 7 pays attention to the sales, revenue, price and gross margin of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software in markets of different regions. The analysis on sales, revenue, price and gross margin of the global market is covered in this part.
Chapter 8 gives a worldwide view of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market. It includes sales, revenue, price, market share and the growth rate by type.
Chapter 9 focuses on the application of Polyurethane Elastic Sealant and MS Sealant, by analyzing the consumption and its growth rate of each application.
Chapter 10 prospects the whole Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market, including the global sales and revenue forecast, regional forecast. It also foresees the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software market by type and application.
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Historical Years: 2016-2023
Base Year: 2023
Estimated Year: 2023
Forecast Period: 2023-2028
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Detailed TOC of 2023-2028 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Professional Market Research Report, Analysis from Perspective of Segmentation (Competitor Landscape, Type, Application, and Geography)
1 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Market Overview
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Polyurethane Elastic Sealant and MS Sealant
1.2 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Segment by Type
1.3 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Segment by Application
1.4 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Market, Region Wise (2017-2023)
1.5 Global Market Size of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software (2017-2028)
2 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Market Landscape by Player
2.1 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Sales and Share by Player (2017-2023)
2.2 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Revenue and Market Share by Player (2017-2023)
2.3 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Average Price by Player (2017-2023)
2.4 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Gross Margin by Player (2017-2023)
2.5 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Manufacturing Base Distribution, Sales Area and Product Type by Player
2.6 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Market Competitive Situation and Trends
3 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Upstream and Downstream Analysis
3.1 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Industrial Chain Analysis
3.2 Key Raw Materials Suppliers and Price Analysis
3.3 Key Raw Materials Supply and Demand Analysis
3.4 Manufacturing Process Analysis
3.5 Market Concentration Rate of Raw Materials
3.6 Downstream Buyers
3.7 Value Chain Status Under COVID-19
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4 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Manufacturing Cost Analysis
4.1 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis
4.2 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Key Raw Materials Cost Analysis
4.3 Labor Cost Analysis
4.4 Energy Costs Analysis
4.5 RandD Costs Analysis
5 Market Dynamics
5.2 Restraints and Challenges
5.4 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Industry Development Trends under COVID-19 Outbreak
5.5 Consumer Behavior Analysis
6 Players Profiles
7 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Sales and Revenue Region Wise (2017-2023)
7.1 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Sales and Market Share, Region Wise (2017-2023)
7.2 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Revenue (Revenue) and Market Share, Region Wise (2017-2023)
8 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Sales, Revenue (Revenue), Price Trend by Type
8.1 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Sales and Market Share by Type (2017-2023)
8.2 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Revenue and Market Share by Type (2017-2023)
8.3 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Price by Type (2017-2023)
8.4 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Sales Growth Rate by Type (2017-2023)
8.4.2 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Sales Growth Rate of MS Sealant (2017-2023)
9 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Market Analysis by Application
9.1 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Consumption and Market Share by Application (2017-2023)
9.2 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Consumption Growth Rate by Application (2017-2023)
10 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Market Forecast (2023-2028)
10.1 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Sales, Revenue Forecast (2023-2028)
10.2 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Sales and Revenue Forecast, Region Wise (2023-2028)
10.3 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Sales, Revenue and Price Forecast by Type (2023-2028)
10.4 Global Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Consumption Forecast by Application (2023-2028)
10.5 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance Software Market Forecast Under COVID-19
11 Research Findings and Conclusion
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Joe McKendrick is an author and independent analyst who tracks the impact of information technology on management and markets. As an independent analyst, he has authored numerous research reports in partnership with Forbes Insights, IDC, and Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, Inc. Joe speaks frequently on cloud, data, and enterprise computing courses at industry events and Webcasts. He is co-author, along with 16 leading industry leaders and thinkers, of the SOA Manifesto, which outlines the values and guiding principles of service orientation. In a previous life, Joe served as director of the Administrative Management Society (AMS), an international professional association dedicated to advancing knowledge within the IT and business management fields. He is a graduate of Temple University.
SOA has made huge progress in latest years. It moved from experimental implementations by software enthusiasts to the main stream of today's IT. One of the main drivers behind such progress is the ability to rationalize and virtualize existing enterprise IT assets behind service interfaces which are well aligned with an enterprise business model and current and future Enterprise processes. Further, SOA progress was achieved through the introduction of the Enterprise Service Bus - a pattern for virtualization of a services infrastructure. By leveraging mediations, service location resolution, service level agreement (SLA) support, etc., ESB allows software architects to significantly simplify a Services infrastructure. The last piece missing in the overall SOA implementation is Enterprise Data Access. A possible solution for this problem, Enterprise Data Bus (a pattern for ubiquitous access to the enterprise data), was introduced in [1,2]. EDB adds the third dimension to SOA virtualization, which can be broken down as follows:
In other SOA developments, several publications [3,4,5] suggested the use of Grid technology for improving scalability, high availability and throughput in SOA implementations. In this article, I will discuss how Grid can be used in the overall SOA architecture and introduce a programming model for Grid utilization in services implementation. I will also discuss an experimental Grid implementation that can support this proposed architecture.
Following [1,2] the overall architecture of the SOA with EDB is presented in Figure 1.
Figure 1: SOA architecture with the Enterprise Data Bus
Here, ESB is responsible for proper invocation of services, which are implemented by utilizing EDB to access any enterprise data  which might be required by those services. This architecture provides the following advantages:
One of the possible implementations the EDB is the use of a data grid such as Websphere eXtreme Scale, Oracle Coherence Data Grid, GigaSpaces Data and Application Grid or NCache Distributed Data Grid.
Data Grid is a software system designed for building solutions ranging from simple in-memory databases to powerful distributed coherent caches that scales to thousands of servers. A typical data grid implementation partitions data into non-overlapping chunks that are stored in memory across several machines. As a result, extremely high levels of performance and scalability can be achieved using standard processes. Performance is achieved through parallel execution of updates and queries (different parts of data can be accessed simultaneously on different machines) while scalability and fault tolerance can be achieved by replicating the same data on multiple machines.
Figure 2 shows the use of a Grid as an EDB implementation. The Grid maintains an in-memory copy of the enterprise data, which represents the state of enterprise databases and applications.
Figure 2 Grid as an EDB
The introduction of Grid allows the repartitioning of data that exists in multiple databases and applications so that it adheres to the enterprise semantic model. This entails bringing together logically related data from different applications/databases in the enterprise into one cohesive data representation along with rationalizing the duplicate data which will inevitably exist in the enterprise.
Grid implementations are typically supported by a publish/subscribe mechanism, allowing data changes to be synchronized between Grid memory and existing enterprise applications and data. A Grid-based intermediary allows for very fast access to the enterprise data using a data model optimized for such a service usage.
Although Grid-based EDB (Figure 2) simplifies high speed access to the enterprise data, it still requires potentially significant data exchange between the EDB and the service implementation. A service must load all the required data, execute its processing and then store results back to the Grid.
A better architecture is to bring execution of the services closer to the enterprise data; implement services as coordinators of the agents , which are executed in the memory space containing the enterprise data (Figure 3). A service implementation, in this case, receives a request and then starts one or more agents, which are then executed in the context of Grid nodes, returning the results to the service implementation, which then combines the results of agents' execution and returns the service's execution result.
Figure 3 Service as an agent's coordinator
This approach provides the following advantages over the Publish/Subscribe data exchange model:
The concept of an agent can be traced back to the early days of research into Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI) which introduced the concept of a self-contained, interactive and concurrently-executing object. This object had some encapsulated internal state and could respond to messages from other similar objects. According to , "an agent is a component of software and/or hardware which is capable of acting exactingly in order to accomplish tasks on behalf of its user."
There are several types of agents, as identified in :
Based on the architecture for the service implementation (Figure 3), we are talking about agents belonging to the multiple categories:
In the rest of the article we will discuss a simple implementation of Grid and a programming model that can be used for building a Grid-based EDB and an agent-based service implementation.
Among the most difficult challenges in implementing Grid are High Availability and Scalability and data/execution partitioning mechanisms.
One of the simplest ways to ensure Grid's High Availability and Scalability is the use of messaging for the internal Grid communications. Grid implementations can benefit from both point-to-point and publish-subscribe messaging:
Depending on the Grid implementation, data/execution partitioning approaches can range from pure load-balancing policies (in the case of identical nodes) to dynamic indexing of Grid data. This mechanism can be either hard-coded in the Grid implementation or externalized in a specialized Grid service-partition manager. The role of partition manager is to partition Grid data among nodes and serves as a "registry" for locating nodes (nodes queues) for routing requests. Externalization of a partition manager in a separate service introduces additional flexibility into an overall architecture through the use of a "pluggable" partition manager implementation or even multiple partition managers, implementing different routing mechanisms for different types of requests.
The overall Grid infrastructure, including partition manager and Grid nodes communication can be either directly exposed to the Grid consumer in the form of APIs, used as part of a Grid request submission or encapsulated in a set of specialized Grid nodes - Grid masters (controllers). In the first case, a specialized Grid library responsible for implementation of request distribution and (optionally) combination of replies has to be linked to a Grid consumer implementation. Although this option can, theoretically, provide the best possible overall performance, it typically creates a tighter coupling between Grid implementation and its consumers . In the second case, Grid master implements a façade pattern  for the Grid with all advantages of this pattern - complete encapsulation of Grid functionality (and infrastructure) from the Grid consumer. Although implementation of Grid master adds an additional networking hop (and consequently some performance overhead), the loose coupling achieved is typically more important.
Overall high level Grid architecture supporting two level - master/nodes implementation is presented at Figure 4.
Figure 4 Grid High Level Architecture
In addition to components, described above, proposed architecture (Figure 4) contains two additional ones - Grid administrator and code repository.
GRID administrator provides a graphical interface, showing currently running nodes, their load, memory utilization, supported data, etc.
Because restarting of Grid nodes/master can be fairly expensive  we need to be able to introduce new code into Grid master/nodes without restarting them. This is done through usage of code repository - currently implemented as Web accessible jars collection. As developers implement new code that they want to run in Grid environment, they can store their code in a repository and dynamically load/invoke it (using Java
URLClassLoader) as part of their execution (see below).
In order to simplify the creation of applications running on the Grid we have designed a job-items programming model (Figure 5) for execution on the Grid. This model is a variation of Map/Reduce  pattern and works as follows:
Figure 5 Job Items model
The overall execution looks as follows (Figure 6)
Figure 6 Job Items execution
Detailed execution for both Grid master and node is presented at Figure 7
Figure 7 Execution details
In addition to implementing Map/Reduce pattern, this programming model provides support for fully asynchronous data delivery on all levels. This not only allows significantly improved overall performance when job consumers can use partial replies, (For example: delivering partial information to the browser) but also Improve the scalability and throughput of the overall system by limiting the size of the messages (message chunking) .
Use of a job container as a mechanism for job invocation also allows a standardized interface for submitting jobs to the Grid  (Figure 8). We are providing 2 functionally identical methods for this web service interface - invokeJobRaw and invokeJobXML.
Figure 8 GridJobService WSDL
Both methods allow invocation of the job on the Grid. The first approach uses MTOM to pass a binary-serialized JobContainer class, while the second one support XML marshalling of all elements of the JobContainer (Figure 5). In addition to the JobContainer, both methods pass two additional parameters to the Grid:
Figure 9 Grid Job Service Reply WSDL
The class diagram for Grid master is presented in Figure 10. In addition to implementing the basic job runtime described above, the Master's software also implements basic framework features including threading , request/response matching, requests timeout, etc.
In order to support request/multiple replies paradigm for items execution, instead of using "get Replies with wait" (a common request/reply pattern when using messaging), we decided to use a single listener and build our own reply matching mechanism. Finally, we have implemented a timeout mechanism, ensuring that the job is getting the "first" reply from every item within a predefined data interval (defined in the job container).
Figure 10 Grid master implementation
The class diagram for Grid node is presented at Figure 11. Similar to the master runtime, here we complement basic item's execution with the framework support including threading, execution timeout, etc.
Figure 11 Grid node implementation
To avoid stranding of node resources by items running forever, we have implemented items eviction policy, based on the item's execution time. An execution of an item, running longer then the time advertised by it (in the item container), will be terminated and timeout exception will be sent back to the job.
We have also developed a consumer implementation, wrapping Web services (Figure 8, Figure 9) with a simple Java APIs (Figure 12) It leverages embedded Jetty Web server and allows to submit a job request to a Grid and register a callback for receiving replies.
Figure 12 Grid consumer
Introduction of the EDB allows architects to further simplify SOA implementation by introducing "standardized" access from services implementation to the enterprise data. It simplifies both service invocation and execution models and provides for further decoupling of services. The use of Grid for EDB implementations supports the EDB's scalability and high availability. Finally, use of service agents executing directly in the Grid further improves scalability and performance. Grid's high level architecture and programming model, described in this article, provides a simple yet robust foundation for such implementations.
Many thanks to my coworkers in Navteq, especially Michael Frey, Daniel Rolf and Jeffrey Herr for discussions and help in Grid and its programming model implementation.
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Similar to licensure exams for doctors, certified public accountants, nurses and pilots, the purpose of the bar test is to ensure that law school graduates are prepared to competently and ethically serve the public.
"It's basically public protection and some sort of stamp of approval, if you will, for the public," says Judith A. Gundersen, CEO and president of the not-for-profit National Conference of Bar Examiners, which develops bar test content for 54 U.S. jurisdictions. "So the public can have confidence in a professional's proven ability to show proficiency to represent them."
For decades, there has been debate about whether the current bar test – which relies heavily on memorization – actually measures competency for legal practice, says Marsha Griggs, associate professor of law and director of academic enrichment and bar passage at Washburn University School of Law in Kansas.
In 2018, the NCBE's board of trustees decided it was time to reevaluate the test, prompting development of the next generation of the bar exam. As part of the multiyear project, the board used focus groups and conversations with stakeholders to analyze the knowledge lawyers needed to successfully represent their clients, Gundersen says. This information was used to make changes to the current bar exam.
"For a lot of our clients, the work we do as lawyers is life or death," says Hemanth C. Gundavaram, associate dean for experiential education at Northeastern University School of Law in Massachusetts and a volunteer for the development of NextGen content. "Whether your business stays open, whether you stay out of prison or whether you aren't deported, there's so many ways in which the work we do is so important. When I think of it that way, and tell students that, I think it's an important thing to remember of why we have an entrance exam."
Here's what incoming law school students should know about the NextGen bar exam.
Compared to the current bar exam, the legal concepts and principles – including civil procedure, contract law, evidence, torts, business associations, constitutional law, criminal law and real property – will stay largely the same. The NextGen test will not test subjects related to conflict of laws, family law, trusts and estates, or secured transactions. The difference is mostly in test structure.
The current bar test has three sections consisting of 200 multiple-choice, essay and performance test questions. But in the NextGen exam, test-takers will instead be given scenarios that have elements of different knowledge areas and skills. Multiple-choice, short-answer and essay questions are then tied to those scenarios.
Overall, the NextGen bar test is more skills-based than reliant on memorization, which was a major point of stress for test-takers, experts say.
"I remember for me, that was one of the hardest parts of the exam," says Gundavaram, who is also director of legal clinics and co-founder and director of Northeastern's Immigrant Justice Clinic. "I don't have a great memory. I think I'm a great lawyer and I don't think you need to have a photographic memory to be a good lawyer."
Another challenge with the current test is length – it's typically 12 hours, spread over two days. The goal is for the NextGen bar test to be shorter and to ensure that test-takers have access to accommodations, if needed, Gundersen says.
The cost of taking the bar test varies per jurisdiction and can often be a barrier for test-takers. NCBE officials have not stated the cost of the new exam, but say they are committed to keeping it "affordable for all."
Additionally, the new test will be completely computer-based, eliminating the current paper question booklet.
The Supreme Court or highest court in each jurisdiction will decide whether to adopt the NextGen exam, which can be administered as early as July 2026 following pilot testing and tweaks, according to the NCBE.
During the phased rollout, both the current and NextGen exams will be administered. And like the current bar, NextGen will be administered twice a year, in February and July.
Jon J. Lee, an associate professor of law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law and another volunteer for the development of NextGen content, says the changes will free up time for law schools to focus on skills courses because "currently there is a lot of doctrine that students must know for the bar exam."
"Some schools, at least, feel as though they need to cover all of that in their coursework," he says. "And so with this change, this is an opportunity for law schools to think critically about the curriculum."
There may be slight adjustments, but full curricular changes may not be necessary because most of the same Topic knowledge is required, says Marilyn Wellington, chief strategy and operations officer at NCBE.
If curricular adjustments are needed, however, Griggs emphasizes that they should start with the 2023 incoming class, since those students would be the first graduates to take the new exam.
"The NCBE hasn't fully informed us on what this test will entail. And I understand they are in their process of testing and vetting it," she says. "So I'm sure they will once they have the information ready. ... We have been trying to impress upon the NCBE the urgency of ... giving us this information now so that we can make informed decisions for the benefit of students."
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