The information perspective of SOA design, Part 2, The value of applying the business glossary pattern in SOA

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Brian Byrne, John Kling, Dr. Guenter Sauter, and Peter Worcester

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | Last updated: October 2008|First published: February 14, 2008

Do you find it challenging when key business terms cause confusion, back and forth debates over what they (should) mean, delays, late changes, or even complete failure in your SOA or data integration projects? This second article in the series "The information perspective of SOA design" helps you eliminate these misunderstandings by introducing the concept of a business glossary. Discover the value of a business glossary in SOA and learn how to define and use it to communicate more clearly with your colleagues.

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