Service Component-Based Architectures

The pros and cons of component-based architectures have been discussed and debated for some time. With the evolution of web-based technologies and the growing complexity of IT so-lutions, increased attention is being paid to the benefits of component-based development.


The pros and cons of component-based architectures have been discussed and debated for some time. With the evolution of web-based technologies and the growing complexity of IT so-lutions, increased attention is being paid to the benefits of component-based development. Not surprisingly, the successful implementation of a component-based architecture requires the application of sound architecture principles, such as integration, interoperability, adaptability and the management of scale and flexibility.

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