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The Fundamentalist SOA

Rhema-Bytes: The Fundamentalist SOA Fundamentalism in SOA is to see everything as a service. Raise this thinking to the strategic level and one starts to ask questions of services, such as: “is this a core competence”, and “do we provide it as effectively as others”. At the technological level, the questions that come to mind […]

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Rhema Bytes: The Business to SOA Nexus

I have a little confession to make, one of many; it is that I maintain a simplistic view of business. In my simple view, a business starts as an idea or vision, depending on your Weltanschauung, and this idea articulates some value (services or products) that the business will provide to the community – Business […]

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Factory Approach to Service Engineering

Rhema Bytes: A Factory Approach to Service Engineering When most people think of a factory, the imagery that is conjured is one of mindless repetition, and the generation of large numbers of low-value items. A good example is a nut & bolt factory. In this world, value accrues to the investors from the little profit […]

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SOA Services Abstraction

There are many ways to conceptualise SOA services within an enterprise, and there are many ways to organise the implementation units. Here is an illustration of the SOA services architecture of a recent client. I think it is a tidy model, but as in my recent post on governance, “Rhema Bytes: Governance a Rope that […]

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