SOA: The Missing Link between Enterprise Architecture and Solution Architecture

SOA: The Missing Link between Enterprise Architecture and Solution Architecture

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Enterprise architecture (EA) enables organizations to ensure business and IT alignment is tight through architectural guidance. Service-oriented architecture (SOA) aligns the two by establishing principles, frameworks and methods. While their objectives are similar, EA covers the architecture as a whole while SOA provides a strategy through services to tighten business and IT. Read this paper to learn about the dependencies between an EA framework and an SOA strategy and how services impact the way applications are developed.

This paper discusses how to provide a link between how the business perceives solutions to achieve objectives and how IT interprets that perception. Learn how your organization can achieve a common view of how it achieves and maintains agility.

Authors

Jaidip Banerjee Senior Architect, Infosys Technologies Jaidip Banerjee is a Senior Architect with Infosys Technologies. He has extensive experience in the enterprise architecture definition and implementation.
Sohel Aziz Associate Vice President and Principal Architect, Infosys Technologies Sohel Aziz is an Associate Vice President and Principal Architect with Infosys Technologies. He has extensive experiences in IT strategy, and enterprise architecture definition and implementation.
Vendor:
Infosys Technologies Limited
Posted:
14 May 2007
Published:
01 Mar 2007
Format:
PDF
Length:
16 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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