Service Oriented Architecture
Before investing in a thorough SOA effort for your IT assets, one must take into consideration the expected life span of the business processes one is implementing as well as how subject the processes are to change. The requirements of all organizations change. A professional assessment of your IT requirements may be in order. J P Systems can help you with determining the life span of your processes and your SOA requirements.
Abstraction of the business processes and the benign implementation of the IT processes are key. SOA is a lot more than web services. It is a philosophy of automation. This philosophy, if strictly adhered to, can be an expensive way to implement a system. It is not for everyone all the time, but it can function as a guiding ideal. Contact us as your IT architect for support of your SOA strategies and your development teams.
Has technological change radically altered your business processes over the last 10 years? Can the processes be modeled or are they obscured by a hundred different mitigating circumstances?
SOA and service-orientation are implementation-agnostic paradigms that can be realized with any suitable technology platform.
Service-oriented architecture is a term that represents a model in which automation logic is decomposed into smaller, distinct units of logic. Collectively, these units comprise a larger piece of business automation logic. Individually, these units can be distributed.
- Introduction to SOA
- SOA Expressway for Healthcare
- SOA Books
- SOA Magazines
- Introduction to XML
- SOA Training
- Thomas Erl on Technology