Service composability

Services should be designed so that they are composable. This is the ability to use a service in any number of other services, and those services may themselves be composed of other services.

Some other service-orientation principles facilitate service composability. Service composition is heavily related to service reusability. The ability to create solutions by composing existing services provides organizations with one of the most important SOA benefits: organizational agility.

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