SOA's five not-so-easy pieces

In his latest post, Loosely Coupled's Phil Wainwright notes that "attention is starting to shift from the lower levels of SOA wherepeople argue about ESB, SOAP vs REST, security and other message-levelminutiae up to layers that merit a lot more thought than they've sofar enjoyed in SOA debate." He goes on to mention these higher-level concerns -- registry,policy, governance, semantics and business process management.

In his latest post, Loosely Coupled's Phil Wainwright notes that "attention is starting to shift from the lower levels of SOA wherepeople argue about ESB, SOAP vs REST, security and other message-levelminutiae up to layers that merit a lot more thought than they've sofar enjoyed in SOA debate." He goes on to mention these higher-level concerns -- registry,policy, governance, semantics and business process management.

In other words, it's time to start concentrating on how Web services and SOA will start creating value for the business. This is where the rubber meets the road in any SOA/Web services strategy.









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