Service Component Architecture (SCA) overview (deprecated)
Service Component Architecture (SCA) is a specification that describes a model for building applications and systems using a service-oriented architecture (SOA).
SCA simplifies the creation and integration of business applications that are built using an SOA by separating business logic from its implementation so that you can focus on assembling an integrated application without knowing details of its implementation.
- The implementation of components that provide services and use other services.
- The assembly of these service components to build the business application.
For more information about SCA, see SCA.
WebSphere Process Server is a business integration server that supports solutions that are based on SOA; see Interoperability with WebSphere Process Server (deprecated).