From service-oriented architecture to service-oriented enterprise


Sinderen, Marten van (2009) From service-oriented architecture to service-oriented enterprise. In: Third International Workshop on Enterprise Systems, IWEST 2009, 29-30 July 2009, Sofia, Bulgaria (pp. pp. 3-16).

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Abstract:Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) was originally motivated by enterprise demands for better business-technology alignment and higher flexibility and reuse. SOA evolved from an initial set of ideas and principles to Web services (WS) standards now widely accepted by industry. The next phase of SOA development is concerned with a scalable, reliable and secure infrastructure based on these standards, and guidelines, methods and techniques for developing and maintaining service delivery in dynamic enterprise settings. In this paper we discuss the principles and main elements of SOA. We then present an overview of WS standards. And finally we come back to the original motivation for SOA, and how these can be realized.
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