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Is SOA dead?

Vicente Tommasi
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Joined: Oct 22, 2007
Posts: 2
Hi Jeff.

What do you think about all this "SOA is dead" thing. What does it mean? It refers to commercial implementations of SOA?

Thanks.

Vicente
Vyas Sanzgiri
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I think we are just playing with words and making up new words. SOA is implemented and in use for manufacturing (I work in manufacturing) since the C C++ ages. We have been using ESB, rules and BPM since the last 20+ yrs!! and have to further...


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Jeff. Davis
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To suggest "SOA is dead" I guess means that the advantages of building discrete, reusable, interoperable services doesn't have any merit. I don't believe that, and, as one poster noted, these are best practices that have been distilled through experiences of the past few decades. So, no, SOA is not dead! I suppose like any over-hyped technology term, it's bound to have some backlash.

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