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Intel® SOA Expressway is a soft-appliance deployed as an XML gateway to address common XML and SOA problem areas such as acceleration, security, service mediation and service governance. SOA Expressway is available for any organization deploying services (SOA) or looking to reduce security risks for access to cloud services. It is “ecosystem neutral” and integrates with existing identity management, middleware and security monitoring investments. SOA Expressway is available for standard operating systems such as Windows and Linux and requires no special custom hardware other than standard OEM servers.

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