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The platforms used to build SOA

A SearchWebServices.com member asks one of our experts "Is it correct to say that it doesn't matter what language or platform you use to build SOA?" Read the response or pose a question of your own.

Is it correct to say that it doesn't matter what language or platform you use to build SOA?
Your statement is correct. SOA is language and implementation platform-neutral. SOA concerns itself with standardizing an architectural model based on specific design principles that are applied to units of solution logic (services) and solutions and enterprises as a whole.
This was last published in November 2005

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