SOA Architecture

There are fine entry points that IBM has defined based on the customer experiences .This can help you and your business benefit by implementing predefined SOA solutions. These entry points are driven by both business needs (people, process, and information entry points) and IT needs (connectivity and reuse entry points). Here are general descriptions of […]

Very often we think, what is SOA and why we need to go for SOA. There are many underlying factors which makes an organisation or an institution to make their architecture SOA compliant. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is an IT architectural style that supports the transformation of your business into a set of linked services, or […]

These are some good links found in IBM site about SOA tutorials… It covers most of the basic and advanced topics in SOA with good detailed tutorials ….. Using model-driven development and pattern-based engineering to design SOA: Part 1. Creating UML profiles and model templates This tutorial, Part 1 of the series, discusses the relationship […]

When can we implement SOA to a system or what are the requirements that are needed to make a system SOA compliant. Requirements In order to efficiently use a SOA, one must meet the following requirements: Interoperability between different systems and programming languages provides the basis for integration between applications on different platforms through a […]

SOA stands for service oriented architecture. From OOA to SOA, computing and development approach of software services are changing rapidly. SOA are based on a mesh of software services. Services comprise unassociated, loosely coupled units of functionality that have no calls to each other embedded in them. Each service implements one action, such as filling […]