Bedford, Mass. - As seen just a day earlier, insurers are embracing SOA (see "Survey Says Insurance Carriers Are Embracing SOA"). But new survey results insist that governance is not keeping pace with the adoption of SOAs at most organizations—of which include financial services, banking, government, insurance, healthcare and pharmaceutical.The online survey, conducted by New Rochelle, N.Y.-based ebizQ and sponsored by Bedford, Mass.-based Progress Software Corp., consisted of 313 respondents. While the survey shows that the majority of organizations are actively pursuing SOA, most are relying on manual processes to enforce SOA governance. Less than 6% have automated runtime monitoring of policies, and fewer than 5% automatically check services for policy enforcement before services are checked into a repository.

Progress sponsored the survey to assess the current state of industry preparedness and to raise awareness of the need for governance solutions. The complete results of this survey are included in the ebizQ white paper "The Current State of SOA Governance."

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