sponsored by WebLayers
Posted:  05 May 2008
Published:  01 Mar 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  9  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
As SOA moves from early-adopters to mainstream corporate initiatives, companies must quickly achieve their intended goals of business agility and cost savings from service reuse. Those that lack a Center of Excellence (COE) are unable to implement the technology, people, processes and policies necessary to drive the changes that make an SOA effective.

This white paper discusses the key considerations necessary for establishing an SOA Center of Excellence. Discover how to organize an SOA COE, manage the decision making rights and automate and apply the appropriate level of governance. Explore a policy-based approach to automate what has traditionally been a manual, labor-intensive process of defining and enforcing governance. Learn how to leverage and extend existing SDLC and IT processes and gain the visibility necessary to effectively measure governance efforts.

Business Process Management | Business Processes | SOA | SOA Governance | Software Development Life-Cycles

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