Chapter 4.  SOA and Integration

This section covers the Q&A for SOA and the integration domain. SOA is a set of design principles for building a suite of interoperable, flexible and reusable services based architecture. This section include Q&A for SOA key capabilities, SOA ROI, SOA modernization approaches, SOA entry points, ESB, BPEL, BPM, SOA and security, SOA KPIs, OSIMM, top-down and bottom-up approaches, and SOA patterns.

Service-oriented architecture and Integration

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is an architecture principle for creating flexible and interoperable service-based solutions. The key principle consists of discoverable contracts, service abstraction, loose coupling, service autonomy, service reusability, statelessness, and ...

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