The Challenges of SOA Governance

Posted May 12, 2009 in Cutter Business Technology Journal

Despite the promises of service-oriented architecture (SOA), many organizations are increasingly encountering difficult governance issues as they start to ramp up their early SOA efforts. SOA governance tends to get approached in primarily two ways: as a technology or as a cultural phenomenon. The most fruitful approach lies somewhere in between.

About The Author
Paul Allen
Paul Allen served as a Senior Consultant in Cutter Consortium's Business & Enterprise Architecture practice. Prior to retiring, Mr. Allen worked for more than 35 years in most areas of IT. He earned international recognition for his pioneering work in the application of component-based development (CBD) and service-oriented architecture (SOA) to achieve practical business value. Mr. Allen focused on the cultural aspects of enterprise SOA… Read More
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