SOA: A Perspective on Implementation Risks

SOA: A Perspective on Implementation Risks

An enterprise-wide SOA adoption can be a difficult process that requires the entire IT organization to be re-architected around business services. Read this paper for an overview of the risks that typically arise when implementing SOA and how an awareness of these risks can help ensure a successful adoption.

If potential risks are not identified during the SOA planning process, they can be very difficult to mitigate during the implementation. Learn more about the potential risks that can hinder your organizations SOA adoption, including:

  • An improper implementation due to IT inflexibility
  • Business process inefficiency due to quality of service
  • Improper identification and implementation of business services
  • Inefficient application integration
  • Inappropriate deployment strategy


Sourav Mazumder Principal Architect, Infosys Technologies Limited Sourav Mazumder is a Principal Architect at Infosys Technologies, with 10 years of experience in the IT industry. He has worked on projects dealing with internationalization and multi-byte characters, especially dealing with East Asian characters. He has also worked in different phases of typical i18n projects, from byte-level trouble shooting to technical consultancy to clients in their i18n initiatives.
Infosys Technologies Limited
08 Feb 2007
01 Sep 2006
10 Page(s)
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