Chapter 4 The Architecture of Service-Orientation


4.1 The Method of Service-Orientation

4.2 The Four Characteristics of SOA

4.3 The Four Common Types of SOA

4.4 The End Result of Service-Orientation

Service-oriented computing is fundamentally about attaining a specific target state. It asks that we take extra design considerations into account with everything we build so that all the moving parts of a service-oriented solution support the realization of this state and foster its growth and evolution. This target state is attractive because it has associated with it a specific set of goals and benefits.

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