Hitchhiker's Guide to Software Architecture and Everything Else - by Michael Stal

Wednesday, July 11, 2007


In the recent time I have been involved in investigations whether SOA represents an appropriate paradigm for buidling highly distributed enterprise and embedded systems. What makes such efforts really challenging is the fact that the SOA universe is polluted with all kinds of acronyms. If you really like to confuse innocent colleagues or customers, I'd suggest to throw terms such as BAM, BPM, WSIT, WSDL, BPEL, BI and the like at your communication partners. The either will consider you a smart guy or a professional IT pretender.


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