sponsored by MuleSoft
Posted:  15 Nov 2012
Published:  15 Nov 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  17  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

The emergence of cloud computing has precipitated the comeback of the single most valuable architectural pattern that enterprises can leverage in their attempts to solve the integration and infrastructure problem: service-oriented architecture (SOA).

How?

Thanks to cloud computing’s ability to leverage services on demand and access resources via well-defined application programming interfaces (APIs) or services, today’s organization− whether they realize it or not− are becoming more service-oriented in their approach to building, deploying and leveraging systems and approaching integration.

Read this transcript of internationally recognized SOA expert and thought leader, best-selling author of Enterprise Application Integration, and CTO and founder of the cloud consulting firm Blue Mountain Labs, David Linthicum's presentation on:

  • The unparalleled return on investment (ROI) of SOA as architecture for integration and infrastructure
  • Best SOA practices, including a step-by-step process that anyone can follow
  • Case studies in SOA success, including technology and architecture solutions
  • And how to create an architecture roadmap for your enterprise that addresses integration and infrastructure.





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