SOA programming model for implementing Web services, Part 10, SOA user roles
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Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: February 21, 2006
One of the advantages of using a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is the alignment of the IT systems to the business they are serving. This has an effect on the people who develop and operate these IT systems both in terms of the tasks they perform and the knowledge and skills they require. This article walks you through a simple integration scenario to illustrate how a team creates and runs a services-oriented solution. It uses user roles to describe the skills and responsibilities of the people involved, and it's geared toward technical leaders to help you understand how to organize the work associated with service-oriented solution development.
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