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WIll SOA and MDA meet down the line?

Will SOA and MDA meet down the line?
SOA (service oriented architecture) and MDA (model driven architecture) are, in many ways, orthogonal to each other. While SOA defines an architectural paradigm for how you use interconnected systems at a macro level, it says nothing about the tooling you use to go from high level architecture to working code. In contrast, MDA allows you to follow any type of architectural paradigm, but provides a well-defined approach to go from high level to code. SOA is a destination; MDA is a way to get to a destination.
This was last published in May 2005

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