Service-Oriented Architecture and Enterprise Architecture, Part 2


In this article, Part 2 of this series we examine the architecture and the governance models of both Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Enterprise Architecture (EA), and explore their similarities and differences. Then discuss potential problems that organizations can face if they don't coordinate EA and SOA activities within the enterprise.

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