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Research and Markets: Implementing Service-Oriented Architecture Initiatives.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c9349) has announced the addition of Implementing Service-Oriented Architecture Initiatives to their offering.

Software architectures have struggled to accommodate accelerating IT complexity. As complexity increases, traditional architectures face significant challenges in their ability to scale.

In similar fashion, IT organizations have to:

--Accelerate response times to new business requirements

--Reduce IT operating costs

--Absorb and integrate new business partners and customer segments

--Mitigate IT fallout from mergers and acquisitions

As service-oriented architecture (SOA) initiatives emerge as a primary means of integrating applications across the enterprise, organizations will need detailed knowledge of SOA best practices to:

--Maximize asset reuse

--Integrate multiple process layers

--Support incremental implementation and asset migration

--Standardize development environments

--Plan for portal-based computing models

This report proposes a standard for what constitutes an SOA and what market vectors are required for widespread adoption of SOAs across the enterprise.

I Introduction

II SOA Solves Three Problems

Problem Number One: Complexity

Problem Number Two: Redundant and Non-Reusable Programming

Problem Number Three: Multiplicity of Interfaces

III Defining the SOA Solution

IV The Future of SOAs

V Recommendations for Implementing SOA Initiatives

VI Further Reading

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c9349
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