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Service Oriented Architecture  
 
 

Service Oriented Architecture is an architectural pattern and discipline that may be used to build infrastructures enabling those with consumers needs and those with capabilities to interact via services across disparate domains of technology and ownership. Service Oriented Architecture is a field of software that deals with set of principles and methodologies for designing and developing software in the form of interoperable services. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) allows multiple computer programs and databases to communicate with one another more easily. Designers implement SOA using a wide range of technologies, including: SOAP, RPC, REST, DCOM, CORBA, Web services, DDS, Java RMI, and WCF.

Service Oriented Architecture is a pattern for organizing and utilizing distributed capabilities that may be under the control of different ownership domains and implemented using various technology stacks. SOA is a view of architecture that focuses in on services as the action boundaries between the needs and capabilities in a manner conducive to service discovery and repurposing.


Some Types of Service Oriented Architecture are

Service architecture (It is physical design of an individual service that encompasses all the resources used by a service.)


Service composition architecture (itself composition of the individual architectures of the participating services.)


Service inventory architecture (A service inventory is composed of services that automate business processes.)


Service-oriented enterprise architecture (This architecture incorporates service, composition, and inventory architectures, plus any enterprise-wide technological resources accessed by these architectures.)


 

Courses and Eligibility

1. The student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with any subjects to get    admission into a bachelor’s degree program.

2. B.E in Computer Science/ Information Science.

3. M.tech in computer.

4. SOA certificate programs.

 

Employment

Graduates are employed in IT companies, Private and public organizations, educational institutes and many software organizations. Graduates are involved in designing, implementing, and installation of software product. They work as a Software Developer, Computer Programmer, Computer Analyst and Technical Support Specialist.

 
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