A service orientated architecture (SOA) is a system for making resources available as independent services in a network that can be accessed in a standardised way by a number of participants. Reducing large IT applications into stand-alone services that can be accessed individually therefore allows for the more flexible loose-coupling of resources.
IThound.com has white papers, analyst reports, case studies, and best practices on SOA which will help detail the specifics of service orientated architecture and the benefits that it can bring to your organization.
Company: Sterling Commerce
Sterling Integrator enables the evolution of your existing systems environment to integrate past, present, and future technologies and practices. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Enterprise Application Integration | Published: June 2009 | Type: Software
Company: IBM United Kingdom Limited
It might seem natural for business executives to dismiss discussions of software design, but service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a high potential technical innovation worthy of business executives’ attention. Like the Internet, SOA has the potential to fundamentally alter how businesses VIEW SUMMARY
Category: SOAP | Published: February 2006 | Type: White Paper
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