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The Secret to Cloud Success: Get a Grasp on SOA

September 23, 2011 No Comments

hose IT organizations that move to cloud computing are moving to SOA (service-oriented architecture), whether they understand it or not. Hear me out: Private and public clouds often rely on APIs for their functionality, which are typically Web services that can be combined and recombined into solutions. The result: SOA, at its essence.

The problem is that many of those who define and implement cloud computing don’t have a good grasp of SOA. Although they are building a SOA by default, they have no handle on the proper steps and the interworkings of all the pieces. They end up with a Franken-SOA, where some aspects of the cloud solution are better thought out than others.

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