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Overheard: SOA explained



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
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Acronyms
SOA
Technology
dan_north.jpg “This article presents a simple, technology-agnostic approach to designing and evolving SOAs. You will not see acronyms such as WSDL, SOAP, or REST, and I promise not to use technical terms like “orchestration,” “realization,” and “governance.”’

Dan North, A Low-Tech Approach to Understanding SOA

SOA stand for “service oriented architecture.” It sounds scary, but it’s not. It’s really just one computer program talking to another — and each of the programs is called a service. Dan North does a great job explaining it.

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