By JuergenKress on Dec 20, 2013
lot of organizations are implementing, or want to implement, Service
Oriented Architecture to support their goals. Service Oriented
Architecture is a natural step in the evolution of Information
Technology; we started out with big systems in universities and banks,
and moved to desktop computers in the workplace and at home. We are now
moving to solutions in the cloud, offering services to consumers and
businesses alike, adding mobile computing to the mix. So what is a
service? A service is something that has value. Service orientation is
not a difficult concept to grasp, everyone knows services and uses them
daily; think of a hotel that offers a shuttle service to the nearest
airport. Or the hairdresser that cuts your hair. This presentation
introduces SOA, using a practical and simple approach. It is done
without overly complex abstractions, but with examples from different
industries and hands-on experience. Get the presentation here.
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