Advantages offered by soa, JAVA Programming

Advantages offered by SOA

Splits down the silos of data, functionalities, and applications into enterprise services.

Adapts an application to changing business requirements and technological modifies due to well-defined interfaces.

  • Easily integrates applications with other machines in a loosely coupled manner.
  • Improved and reuse asset utilization by leveraging existing investments in legacy applications.
  • Business agility easily by and quickly making a business process by leveraging on existing services.
  • Gives multi channel access and interoperability.

 

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