Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a software design and software architecture design pattern based on structured collections of discrete software modules, known as services, that collectively provide the complete functionality of a large software application. SOA is not just an architecture of services seen from a technology perspective, but the policies, practices, and frameworks by which we ensure the right services are provided and consumed.
Our strategies and approaches as:
- There is real synchronization between the business and IT implementation perspective. For many years, business people haven’t really understood the IT architecture. With well designed services we can radically improve communications with the business, and indeed move beyond alignment and seriously consider convergence of business and IT processes.
- A well formed service provides us with a unit of management that relates to business usage. Enforced separation of the service provision provides us with basis for understanding the life cycle costs of a service and how it is used in the business.
- When the service is abstracted from the implementation it is possible to consider various alternative options for delivery and collaboration models. For example authentication services, a good example of third party commodity services that can deliver a superior service because of specialization, and the benefits of using a trusted external agency to improve authentication.
inoday will help to Adopting SOA to deliver the business agility and IT flexibility promised by Web Services. We have hands on experience in Web services, Service-Oriented Architecture, Component-Based Development and Application Integration approaches.
Our ERP implementation, customization, and optimization practise always need third-party application integration based on the customer requirement and the SOA is key of this development process.