SOA challenges and success factors

Profile: Nataliya
SOA applications
Dear all, I am looking for some expertise on SOA topic, especially the challenges a company meet while migrating to SOA and factors that has impact on success of SOA projects. I would kindly ask you to respond to the survey which will take you a few minutes. The survey consists of 4 parts including SOA state in your company, SOA challenges, SOA success factors and general questions about a responder. The lists of SOA challenges and SOA success factors are generated based on the literature review (literature sources between 2006 and 2012). Thank you all!

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  • Maxine Giza
    Hi Nataliya! Some experts say the biggest challenge a company faces while migrating to SOA is thinking that a technical solution can solve an organizational problem. Others assert roadblocks come up when inadequate tools are available to modernize an outdated platform. Here are some sources you may find helpful:
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