Content tagged with: SOA
You might like to know more about the impact of other architecture styles and trends on SOA. This article explains why SOA is a good fit for cloud-based deployments and how the cloud affects SOA. Dividing business capabilities into autonomous components fits well both gradual transitioning to public clouds and hybrid cloud setups.
This articles describes experiences gained from converting single-tenant SOA application into multi-tenant cloud solutions. These best practices are packaged into seven important tips.
SOA and Cloud computing experts discuss in this virtual panel about relationships between SOA and Cloud computing. The panelists think that as standards were instrumental in shaping SOA, they will be important for Cloud computing maturity. Cloud implementations cannot succeed without proper architecture. Loose-coupling, governance and manageability are the SOA principles most relevant for Cloud computing and they should be applied to both applications and infrastructure.
From its inception Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has been a lightning rod for dissention among enterprise architects, solution architects and application architects. Enterprise architects view SOA as a business initiative that should be guiding what information technology assets receive investment and how they relate to the business’ goals and mission. Solution architects view SOA as a means to deliver solutions faster using the tenets of loose-coupling and finer-grained services, which enable faster construction. Finally, application architects see SOA as an infrastructure on which to deliver applications based on service interfaces. …
This video establishes the connection points between cloud computing and service-orientation looking at each’s goals, characteristics, principles, types, and models.
This video introduces cloud computing showing that the middleware needs are similar to SOA’s, presenting benefits of running SOA in the cloud, and asking if the cloud and SOA should evolve.
This presentation introduces a state of the art solution to develop and extend their business easily in a cloud-aware way. This approach is composed of three major modules : A cloud-aware/federated service bus, a service governance tool and an online Collborative Business Process Editor.
Dave Chappell introduces cloud computing to an SOA audience discussing how to make good use of grid computing and cloud computing to implement the next generation of SOA initiatives and presenting two case studies.