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Innovative technologies in the integration of heterogeneous information systems.
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SOA Architectures Management and Micro Services Architectures

The service-oriented architecture (SOA) is the link that connects the business goals with the software system. Its role is to provide flexibility, from the automation of the infrastructures and necessary tools, achieving at the same time, reducing integration costs. SOA deals with the design and development of distributed systems and is a powerful ally when it comes to managing large volumes of data, data in the cloud and data hierarchies.

Service-oriented architecture and its benefits for the business SOA is an architectural style for building software applications based on available services.
Its main features include:

  • Its flexibility, which allows reuse.
  • Its versatility, which makes it possible for services to be consumed by clients in different applications or business processes.
  • Its possibilities, which optimize the work with data and its coordination.
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SOA enables the reuse of existing assets for new services that can be built from an already designed IT infrastructure. In this way, it allows companies to optimize investment through reuse, which also has another advantage: the interoperability between heterogeneous applications and technologies.

Service-oriented architecture is a source of competitive advantage since, due to its configuration:

  • Increase efficiency in processes.
  • It amortizes the investment made in systems.
  • Reduces maintenance costs.
  • It encourages innovation oriented towards the development of services.
  • Simplify the design, optimizing the organizational capacity.

SOA Drivers

Service-oriented architecture is change in itself and this is precisely the engine that drives companies to seek to benefit from its attributes by pursuing:

  • Integration with legacy systems.
  • Reordering of responsibilities through business reorganizations.
  • Modernization of obsolete systems for economic, functional or technical reasons.
  • Acquisition or confiscation of software products.
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To carry out the transition to SOA smoothly, administrators and developers should keep in
mind that:

  • SOA is not something new, so it is necessary and possible to acquire sufficient knowledge about service-oriented architecture and Web Services before putting the plan into action.
  • Service-oriented architecture is much more than software deployment. An analysis of design and development techniques is required to advance with guarantees of success, discarding inefficiencies
  • This process of transition to SOA must be approached gradually and bearing in mind that it implies a change in the way of working
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