Service Oriented Architecture

SOA growth of application

The growth of application development and/or integration has reached a stage known as service-oriented architecture (SOA). It outlines how to use interfaces to make software components reusable.

Formally speaking, SOA is an architectural strategy that allows programs to leverage network services. Through a network call made over the internet, services are offered to create applications in this architecture. The service integrations in apps are accelerated and simplified using widely used communication standards. In SOA, each service is a full-fledged business function.

The services are made available in a way that makes it simple for developers to integrate them into their apps. Keep in mind that SOA and microservice architecture are not the same.

  • Applications can be created by users by combining numerous features from already-existing services using SOA.

  • A set of design principles known as SOA underpin system development and offer a way to assemble parts into a seamless, decentralized system.

  • Functionalities are packaged into a collection of interoperable services using SOA-based computing, which can then be integrated into various software programs from various business domains.

  • These services can be built from scratch but are often created by exposing functions from legacy systems of record as service interfaces.

  • SOA allows software experts to add, remove, or modify any individual component within the Sync system, without impacting any other parts, making it perfectly suited to business growth and development.

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