What is SOA?

what is SOA

SOA stands for service-oriented architecture, which is an architectural pattern in software design.

This design allows for application components to provide services to other components over a network.

SOA is based upon the use of services such as RESTful Web services which are able to carry out some functions such as producing data, validating a customer, or providing basic analytic services.

SOA architecture occurs with loosely coupled services that operate independently, this helps to allow for service reuse so IT professionals do not have to start from the beginning when it comes to upgrades, or modifications.

 

What’s SOA’s role in the cloud world? Find out on the next page.

Technology Term:

Service-Oriented Architecture

Standard Definition Exists?

No

Accepted Acronym:

SOA

Year first used/coined:

1970s

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