SOA in action inside IBM, Part 2, SOA case studies

Export Validation Service and Common Customer Master System

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Lance Walker, Akram Bou-Ghannam, and Luba Cherbakov

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: October 31, 2006

Two SOA implementations illustrate the deployments of critical business services within IBM. In the first, an export control service allows organizations to ensure compliance with United States government export restrictions that define individuals, companies, or countries with whom U.S. companies are not allowed to conduct business. The second SOA service supports the management and availability of a complex set of customer information that is aggregated from a variety of sources.

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