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Bobby -- the article is helpful. Your section in general has more meat (since I help architect/develop as well!).The problem I have trying "to do" SOA....is illustrated in the good, the bad and when to be careful. Many of the be careful items cause angst over doing SOA, such that no one wants to do it. For example, in financial services, when isn't security and performance paramount?Also, under the bad section --- many people read the "simple" operations and programming statements and want to align with that as well. I find it challenging to illustrate the good when most people gravitate towards simple, safe and performs well.

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