CHAPTER 21

SOA FOUNDATIONS

21.1 Introduction

21.2 Defining SOA Communication

21.3 SOA Operation

21.4 Defining BPM

21.1 INTRODUCTION

Any IT organization comprises of numerous distinct components, each of which assists identically in the direction of enterprise requirements of an IT organization. Each of these components has exact obligations, for example, systems, networks, applications, data, services, methods, databases, repositories, warehouses and migrations. The major change that IT is actually undergoing is the move to Service Orientation (SO) which is absolutely based on open standard-based computing.

For this Service-Oriented world to become a truth, however, businesses should proceed to a new architecture renowned as Service-Oriented ...

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