SOA Governance: How Best To Embrace it, Part 1, Introduction to Enterprise, IT and SOA governance

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Farzin Yashar

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: May 05, 2009

With immense projected growth, the Government must modernize its IT systems. Air traffic will double or even triple in the next twenty years, the number of retirees will double throughout the States, infrastructure will boom, the population will skyrocket, and under such pressures, the legacy systems will surely collapse, and if no action is taken, problems will abound. Some government agencies have considered Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) as the most effective means to address this dire issue. Moving to SOA, however, entails substantial challenges. To this end, one of the government agencies requested IBM to collaborate with other partners of the agency and produce a white paper that addresses these challenges. This article expounds such information beyond this agency to industries across the board.

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