sponsored by Infosys Technologies Limited
Posted:  10 Aug 2006
Published:  01 Mar 2006
Format:  PDF
Length:  13  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
Constant restructuring to keep pace with the dynamics of the ever-changing IT environment is neither feasible nor advisable. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is the IT strategy to transform an enterprise into a flexible and scalable enterprise that can quickly adapt to ever-shrinking business cycles. SOA enables enterprises to make their technology, people and processes plug-and-play ready. This paper discusses how all this is can be achieved. The business-level benefits from SOA implementation, the SOA evolution model and the SOA Governance mechanism are also discussed, to provide a complete picture of this IT strategy that has openness and agility as its intrinsic properties.



Authors

Pradeep Kumar M
Senior Architect ,  Infosys Technologies Limited
Pradeep Kumar M is a Senior Architect with Infosys Technologies Limited. He has vast experience of working on several large SOA engagements.

Shireesh Jayashetty
Principal Architect ,  Infosys Technologies Limited
Shireesh Jayashetty is a Principal Architect with Infosys Technologies Limited. He has vast experience in architecting large-scale distributed systems for several Fortune 500 clients. His areas of interest are Service-Oriented Architecture and Legacy Modernization.



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