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Chapter 1. SOA requires new approaches to security
Figure 1.2. Instead of ad hoc mechanisms for reuse, in SOA, applications provide services for other applications. Some applications may be only consumers. Services are brought together and managed by an ESB.
Figure 1.3. A single server application may have several independent functionalities to offer to the clients, but has only one security module. All the security decisions are taken by the application only and are centralized.