Company: Progress Software
| Category: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
| Published: November 2011
For businesses success depends on capitalising on new opportunities as they arise. This requires a nimble and agile IT infrastructure, where applications and data can be swiftly reorganised and deployed without breaking the other systems or processes that support operational responsiveness. A Computing survey has found that few enterprises would describe themselves as able to move swiftly enough to make the most of new opportunities. Poorly organised, inconsistent data and a complex IT integration infrastructure are part of the problem.
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) has worked to free up systems to some degree - within those organisations that are using it - but it has only gone so far, revealing distinct limitations in how to handle dynamic changes to data and policies.
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