Monday, July 26, 2004

SOA Demistified

What is a Service-Oriented Architecture?
A service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a component model that inter-relates the different functional units of an application, called services, through well-defined interfaces and contracts between these services. The interface is defined in a neutral manner that should be independent of the hardware platform, the operating system, and the programming language the service is implemented in. This allows services, built on a variety of such systems, to interact with each other in a uniform and universal manner

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