What do you get if you take an architecture for creating componentized applications that works across departments, companies and infrastructure vendors, and strip it from open interfaces and force customers to buy only your components?
Microsoft claims that you get an easy to deploy service oriented architecture. But it's more like buying a car that can only drive on Microsoft's toll roads and that has to be loaded onto a flatbed truck to be transported between those closed toll roads.
Welcome to the world of the Redmond diet. Just like the perceived benefits of Atkin's and other hype-of-the-day the totally illogical is spun into offering great benefits.
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