As people stood in line sometimes a day before the big day, June 29, I was thinking of the partnership between Apple and AT&T. What about other Service providers who provide wireless services; could they not interoperate and have a device, which theoretically might be provider agnostic work with their phone was well? Of course economics, partnerships and politics are the key driving forces here...
So in the world of SOA, economics, partnerships and politics play a significant role as well. In the world of SOA, the economics of funding determines what services actually get funded to be developed. This is why we need a set of criteria by which we can assess which candidate services are a priority for inclusion in your next budget cycle. We call these criteria or gating factors, the Service Litmus Tests (SLTs). They are embedded in SOMA , the de facto end to end SOA Development Method.[Read More]
BPM, APIs & Service-oriented Architecture: Insights and Best Practices
From archive: July 2007 X