Reference Architecture

A reference architecture is like an abstract machine. It is built to realize some function and it, in turn, relies on a set of underlying capabilites that must be present for it to perform. In the case of the SOA RA, its purpose is to enable a system to be a Service Oriented Architecture. The underlying capabilities are the particular technologies that are used to realize the SOA; in particular technology choices such as Web Service technologies, implementation technologies are not part of an abstract RA.

Introduction

Business via Services View

Realizing a Service Oriented Architecture View

Owning a Service Oriented Architecture View

References

Parked Pages

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