Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Web 2.0 SOA and other jargons

The latest one is Servable Web - another term with red wavy underline. I am trying to figure out how this is different or related to other jargons of yesteryears namely web service and Service Oriented architecture. I hope I'll understand the need for such new terminology before I retire.

I would like a web service for de-bulling articles on all these jargons.

1 comment:

Narain said...

Sridhar,

Servable Web is definitely a jargon, and we at 360 Degrees coined the term. Servable Web has a more larger philosophical note on the evolution of the Web, as shared by Tim Berners Lee's 'Web Science'. Studying the Web as a science discipline is what Mr. Lee talks about, while not discounting the fact that Web is finally for people. Servable Web is an umbralla term for technologies, solutions, services, which are squarely looking at servicing the people. People are the prime focus on Servable Web with technology. Yes we do add one more jargon in the ever growing list of jargons ;)