Are there silos in your organization - between your architects, development and infrastructure teams inhibiting transformation?
Is software development marching to a single business beat while your infrastructure team tries to catch up – or just the opposite?
Is it tough to get clarity on the complexity of your enterprise and even more difficult to manage – especially those parts that are outsourced?
In today’s world, economic forces and accelerating change are driving the need for flexibility, re-use and geographically distributed development --- and business flexibility requires IT flexibility but IT flexibility is very complex, difficult and expensive, right?
Well, not necessarily…
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a set of principles and methodologies for designing and developing software in the form of interoperable services. These services are well-defined business functionalities that are built as software components that are reusable, as needed, for different purposes. They become repeatable business tasks. Business processes are a series of services ‘assembled’ together like building blocks.
But what about deploying an application – post-development, to make an application operational?
Learn more about model-driven deployment… The following webcast explores how IBM Rational solutions for the Financial Services Sector uses a model-driven approach to provide end-to-end traceability of business needs to software implementation and automation design can bring clarity, reduce costs and improve productivity in design, development and operations.
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