Theory and Practice of SOA

Posted May 31, 2006 | Technology |

There's a clever saying that goes: "In theory, there's no difference between theory and practice, but in practice there is." This difference was driven home to me on a recent engagement where I spent time with two different groups at the same multinational corporation. In the morning, I discussed SOA with the architecture steering committee (name changed to protect the innocent), where we discussed the issues of SOA and what was needed to realize that potential at the enterprise level.

About The Author
Mike Rosen is a Senior Consultant and a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. He is an accomplished architect, analyst, and technical leader with extensive experience in digital transformation, enterprise architecture, business architecture, service-oriented architecture, product strategy and development, software architecture, consulting and mentoring, distributed technologies, and industry standards. Mr. Rosen has 40 years… Read More
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