Security-oriented architectures?

Antonopoulos, Andreas
September 2007
Network World;9/3/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 34, p18
Trade Publication
The article provides information on security-oriented architecture (SOA). According to the author, SOA is meant to offer business enterprises with the means to develop applications quickly by mixing together small, self-contained application services. It reveals that because various enterprise have used SOA technologies, it sought to learn what degree the enterprises have begun thinking about securing their SOA-based applications. Moreover, it points out that various business enterprises are still getting their arms around on how SOA-based applications will affect their overall architectures.


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