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Internal and external SOA: What's the difference?

Steven M. Fullmer | Aug. 21, 2008
Developers across all industries regularly distinguish between externally and internally focused SOA, or at least they identify efforts separately.

The concepts and components of SOA do not differ between internal and external efforts. Each approach merely attempts to tackle business delivery along a different path-hopefully, a path that recognizes and is leveraging the strengths of existing business strategy, process and technology.

Steven Fullmer is president of Blue Sphere Solutions, providing outsource CTO services to emergent and growth-oriented businesses. He has designed, developed and deployed technology solutions in the supercomputer, financial, security, telecommunications and Internet industries. He has regularly managed projects based on his analysis into practical application.

 

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