SOA is about loosely coupled system integration.
Sorry, I meant to say that SOA is about enabling loosely coupled business processes.
Hang on a minute, SOA is like event driven architecture (EDA). No, scratch that – SOA is different from EDA but it still manages to complement it.
Whatever SOA is, if you think you’ve implemented it, adopted it or deployed it, you’re wrong. In fact you don’t even have a clue about what SOA is. Just ask a consultant or an analyst firm – they will be quite happy to
bill you tell you how wrong you are about SOA and why you haven’t properly implemented it / adopted it / deployed it / whatever.