SOA’s uniqueness goes beyond any new technologies. Traditional “latest and greatest” technologies and architectures – such as mainframes, client-server, and even web applications – interact point to point with one party.
SOA creates multi-party interactions. Communities of more-or-less independent service owners collaborate dynamically to deliver a richer customer experience in response to immediate context.
In this paper you will learn how SOA can directly influence the success of your business, not just now but in the future as well, which will result from your business’ ability to participate in these new, more dynamic, federated communities.
Read on to learn how social orientation is driving both new SOA technology needs and management changes in how technology is delivered and governed – in ways that may not be immediately apparent.