Subject: FW: [soa-rm] Groups - Rough notes taken during the last ebSOA meeting. (ebSOA-Elements.pdf) uploaded
Resending this e-mail from this morning, as it did not fully transmit. It showed up in our archives with no subject, and with most of the message truncated. Kind Regards, Joseph Chiusano Booz Allen Hamilton Visit us online@ http://www.boozallen.com -----Original Message----- From: Chiusano Joseph Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2005 7:08 AM To: 'Rex Brooks'; Smith, Martin; Ken Laskey; Duane Nickull Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: RE: [soa-rm] Groups - Rough notes taken during the last ebSOA meeting. (ebSOA-Elements.pdf) uploaded > The difference between Enterprise Architecture and SOA lies mostly in > the fact that EA is specific to an enterprise, while SOA can be > abstracted out of a given Enterprise, Continuing that point: SOA can also be extracted (derived) from an Enterprise Architecture - that is, an EA can provide the basis for creation of a service-oriented architecture for an enterprise (just one - but an important - way of tackling SOA). For example, a federal department (comprised of agencies) may define in their EA multiple tiers, such as "agency" (agency-specific), "enterprise-wide" (shared across agencies), and "external" (external partners, federal and commercial).