Chapter 13. SOA Governance Vitality


Investments made into SOA initiatives need to be viewed as living assets. Once deployed and in use, services, service-oriented solutions, and the technology architectures and infrastructure resources that support and realize their runtime enablement need to continue to fulfill the expectations and requirements of the business. The SOA governance program must therefore provide a means by which these assets are routinely reviewed, kept current and accurate and, most importantly, relevant to (often changing) business needs. ...

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