The author argues that there is a natural tension between enterprise architecture and service oriented architecture – the enterprise level view and the project level view of architecture – that can be overcome to create more business value. EA and SOA can and should work together for better value and governance.
Does SOA live up to its promise of enabling business it alignment? Authors argue that SOA has not lived up to its promise however, "IT infrastructure flexibility is a potential enabler of IT-Business strategic alignment under conditions of a dynamic external environment."
This presentation discusses service oriented architecture (SOA), latest developments in the field and the key standards supporting SOA.
This presentation discusses the relationship between Enterprise Architecture and Service Oriented Architecture – "EA and SOA can complete each other via Enterprise Service Oriented Architecture (ESOA)"
This presentation provides an overview of service oriented architecture (SOA) and discusses its use to create business flexibility.
Where is the beef Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)? Is the benefit in reuse? Is it in interoperability? Management of business? This presentation evaluates the business case for SOA along key criteria.
This paper discusses the business case for the service oriented architecture (SOA) investment – "it provides the dynamic capability to create innovation for managing change and empowering competitive advantage."
This presentation discusses Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Governance.
This whitepaper describes what’s required to govern and manage a service oriented architecture.
This paper attempts to look at well – established concepts of governance in public and corporate life that can be applied for SOA governance. The authors also propose the use of Montesquieu’s power sharing formula that can help constitute the SOA governing bodies along the lines of Legislative, Executive and Judiciary branches in a government.