Succeeding with SOA: Realizing Business Value Through Total Architecture

Paul C. Brown

Today, business processes and information systems are so tightly intertwined that they must be designed together, as parts of a total architecture, to realize enterprise goals. In Succeeding with SOA, Paul Brown shows how service-oriented architectures (SOAs) provide the best structure for such integration: clean, well-defined interfaces between collaborating entities. But even SOAs need to be correctly understood and implemented to avoid common failures. Drawing on decades of experience, Dr. Brown explains what business managers and IT architects absolutely need to know--including critical success factors--to undertake this essential work.

Published in 2007
ISBN: 0321508912
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

Service-Oriented Architecture

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