SOA programming model for implementing Web services, Part 6, The evolving component model

A systematic approach to SOA implementation

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Donald Ferguson Ph.D., Marcia Stockton, and Martin Nally

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: August 23, 2005

A language-neutral, component-based programming model for service-oriented architecture (SOA) facilitates the implementation of Web services and their assembly into solutions. The programming model enables non-programmers to use existing IT assets without mastering intricate technologies. It meets the needs of solution designers and business analysts, providing a higher level of abstraction that conceals differences between implementation technologies, yet enables business accountability.

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