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Next generation SOA

Miko Matsumura explains next generation SOA and the difficulty with jumping ahead before grasping the first generation of SOA.

A lot of vendors are talking about next generation SOA before users have built first generation SOAs. What for you constitutes "next generation" and should users consider skipping right to that?

Oracle (in conjunction with Gartner) proposed a much derided "SOA 2.0" concept based on Event Driven Architecture. Many people think that the future of SOA involves integration with business processes in the form of a dynamic event driven model. However, there are many governance issues with a radically composition and orchestration based model, as there are too many moving parts. Therefore I wouldn't recommend skipping too far ahead, and to try to walk with SOA before you can run.

This was last published in November 2006

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