Service oriented architecture (SOA) is a system of software design principles that are used during resource development and integration. An SOA-based architecture will allow a loosely-integrated set of services to be accessed and utilized by a network of participants, therefore allowing for better flexible loose coupling of resources than in other system architectures.
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Company: Tibco Software Inc. UK
No one would argue that the state of business today isn’t highly complex, particularly where information systems are concerned; and few would argue that complexity adds business value. A closer look, however, reveals that part of the problem arises from data integration challenges and an VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) | Published: June 2006 | Type: Article
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