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Whipping the QA Process Into SOA Shape

If you consider the traditional quality assurance process -- in which QA is a set of tasks that occur in a serial fashion after development -- it becomes clear that many of the desired SOA (service-oriented architecture) benefits such as agility, cost efficiency and higher quality are placed at risk. These risks are compounded by four very distinct QA challenges:...


Taming the SOA Beast

When implementing a service-oriented architecture (SOA) or utilizing Web services, organizations can reuse business components -- asset reuse being one of the core drivers of the SOA or Web service return on investment (ROI) calculation ...

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