Beyond Application Silos

Witt, Hans
April 2006
DM Review;Apr2006, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p22
The article talks about business rules management system (BRMS) and Web services/service-oriented architecture (SOA) in the transformed corporation. BRMS and SOA are two technologies that have been gaining popularity due in part to their ability to alleviate the problem of inflexible applications. Organizations can benefit from combining BRMS and SOA by achieving agility and lower total cost of ownership both new and existing applications. However, achieving increase business agility requires rapid adaptation of changes to logic across many different applications.


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