Interesting article on SOA Reusability: Shrinking the Lag between Business and IT

Discussion in 'Java' started by Jerry Mcnealy, Aug 14, 2007.

  1. There is an interesting article on java.net about SOA reusability,
    Shrinking the Lag between Business and IT:

    http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2007/07/24/soa-reusability-shrinking-lag-time.html

    Blessings from business owners are important in all SOA
    implementations. This article articulates the vision of reusability
    with a different spin around the business users, the ultimate end
    users of SOA.

    This article nicely describes how business-process modeling tools and
    SOA enables business analysts to directly reconfigure systems built on
    SOA with near-zero involvement of the IT staff. IMHO, every SOA
    architecture team should put this into their SOA vision and mission
    statement, and also include it in their pitch to muster the necessary
    support from business users.

    - Jerry
    Jerry Mcnealy, Aug 14, 2007
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