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Subject: RE: [soa-rm] about PoSO and Microservices
Excellent advice, William. (Needs to be adopted in many other contexts by many other groups and individuals.)
Very informative article! I am wondering how we can help the industry reach this level of specificity in understanding the relationship between SOA and the various implementation “styles”. REST, ServiceComputing, Microservices and more are variations of SOA which are always susceptible to an interpretation which separates the variation from the main body of SOA work, resulting in “reinventing the wheel”. To help the industry avoid this, perhaps we should include in our SOA ontology a subclass of SOA tentatively named Style or Variation, which is then specialized for each variation capturing what makes the variation unique. Perhaps this would help eliminate some confusion currently found in discussions of variations.
here is my short overview on how Microservices "compliant" with Principles of Service Orientation