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Non-SOA based application using Software Pipelines & SOA based application using Software Pipelines

Ninad Kulkarni
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Which application is efficient?


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Take a look at http://www.coderanch.com/t/446052/Web-Services/java/Software-Pipelines-help-improve-non.


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You can use Software Pipelines with or without a SOA application, and either should perform well. Pipelines does use service-oriented concepts, but as you will see the concepts are much broader than XML/SOAP protocols -- you can package any piece of software as a service "component" and then scale it out from there with the pipelines framework and infrastructure. Think of it as a way to implement flexible scalability, within a single multi-core server or across a network of servers -- without the need to build that scalability into your business process components. Once a component is developed and tested, you can deploy it in the pipelines infrastructure and scale as required.
 
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