The Middle Out approach to SOA

Microsoft has its own approach to implementing SOA. Termed as the middle out approach, the basics behind it is to provide a balance between the Top down (too much design) and the bottom up (scattered implementations). It suggests that an organization starts off with a small portion of the business and make it service oriented thereby…

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Microsoft is Service Oriented!!: An analogy

  Ok let’s think about it , Microsoft is a software company which provides a huge set of products to solve various business problems, each product is complete by itself but can also be used in conjunction with other products in a loosely coupled manner. (e.g. Biztalk Server and WCF) .   To solve business problems…

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SO Terminology

 Some common confusions (terms :)) with respect to SO Business Process It consists of a sequence of activities that produce a valuable result.     Business Activities Business activities or tasks are the units that when combined form the business process, Cost, revenue, resources, timelines, input and output are all examples of business activities; they are a…

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