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Subject: Re: [soa-rm] core nature of a Service-Oriented Architecture [was:Security]


Actually, several members of this TC had very deep discussions about 
this and studied many things that claimed they are SOA both before and 
after the TC was founded.  Thse are summarized in many of the documents 
on our site.

I would suggest you read those.


Monica J. Martin wrote:

> Rex, privately, no one has really touched on what SOA is before they 
> start decomposing it. I see an approach of building from the ground 
> up. But, I've not had time to read all the treatises.  Someone else 
> mentioned this to me as well yesterday. Seems like 'can't see the 
> forest for the trees.' Thanks.
>> [snip]
>>> It strikes me that the core nature of a Service-Oriented 
>>> Architecture  lies in a transactional model in which a Service 
>>> Provider or Service  Producer publishes a named set or container of 
>>> a service or services,  the description of which is searchable by a 
>>> Service Consumer according  to some set of features or criteria 
>>> which our RM provides.
>>> Even at a high level of abstraction, this will prove a test for us.

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