Learn about Oracle’s  Service Oriented Architecture and Customer Implementations

Forward-thinking architects and developers are addressing the complexity of their application and IT environments with Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), which facilitates the development of enterprise applications as modular business services that can be easily integrated and reused, creating a truly flexible, adaptable IT infrastructure.

To learn more about Service Oriented Architecture and real customer implementations below are some links to Whitepapers:

    1. ebizQ: What You Need to Know About Transitioning to SOA
    Most organizations are looking for ways to make their applications, business processes, data and IT infrastructure more modular and flexible. The move to SOA is a response to these pressures and a proven way for organizations to not only increase flexibility but also decrease the overall cost of management and modification to their business processes in the future.

    2. Ziff Davis: Strategies for SOA success
    The business benefits to be gained by implementing a service-oriented architecture are significant and proven. The key to a successful SOA adoption is careful planning around the architecture’s life cycle, from initial development of services through deployment, management and change.

    3. IDC White paper: Oracle Builds a Comprehensive SOA Platform
    The challenge posed in today’s complex and volatile business atmosphere is to create an IT environment designed for the unknown, with detailed business policies and rules abstracted from fixed functional and operational capabilities. It is the ability to deliver these abstracted capabilities that underlies the strength of service-oriented architecture.

To access additional information and hear how other CIOs have implemented Service Oriented Architecture, click on: http://www.oracle.com/technologies/soa/index.html

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