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Succeeding with SOA: Realizing Business Value Through Total Architecture by Paul C. Brown

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Figure 1-1: Sources of Pressure

Figure 1-2: Silo-Based Client-Server Development

Figure 1-3: SOA Development

Figure 1-4: The SOA Organizational Challenge

Figure 1-5: Cross-Project SOA Challenges

Figure 4-1: Sales Order Management and Related Services

Figure 4-2: Service Wrapping of Existing Functionality

Figure 4-3: Direct Access to Services

Figure 4-4: Indirect Access to Services

Figure 4-5: Distributed Enterprise Service Bus

Figure 4-6: Data-Driven Request Routing

Figure 5-1: Evaluating the Project Impact on the Business

Figure 6-1: Some Organizations Involved in Departmental Application Development

Figure 6-2: Organizations Involved in Integrating Two Major Systems

Figure 6-3: Organizing a Multisilo Project

Figure 6-4: Dotted-Line ...

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