Where to Start: Service Oriented Architecture Is a Reality, But How Should You Take Advantage of It?
Over the last two decades, CIOs have found themselves locked in a vicious cycle - ever increasing maintenance costs leave less money for development that will eliminate/reduce high costs maintenance. Now, SOA provides a way out of this dilemma.
Over the last two decades, CIOs have found themselves locked in a vicious cycle. Maintenance takes a bigger bite out of IT budgets each year, which means less money is available for developmental upgrades. Without developmental upgrades, maintenance on outdated systems only masks larger problems. Now there is a way to end the cycle: Service oriented architecture offers a low-cost way to integrate, update, and manage new data, applications, and processes in current legacy systems.
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| This presentation discusses the convergence of service oriented architecture (SOA) and cloud computing to detail the steps needed to migrate to the cloud.
| This presentation discusses the relationship between Enterprise Architecture and Service Oriented Architecture - "EA and SOA can complete each other via Enterprise Service Oriented Architecture (ESOA)"
| This E-Guide details the importance of a Data Services layer built upon an enterprise data integration platform for SOA success.
| This presentation discusses the connection between service oriented architecture (SOA) and compliance.
Posted on 05/27/2009 by