Creating a Services-oriented Infrastructure for Your SOA

Services-oriented architecture (SOA) is known for its building-block software design approach. Less commonly understood is the challenge of managing composite applications whose components are shared by multiple applications. The performance of these components varies with application demand, resulting in dramatic and unpredictable changes in application service levels. However, there is a cost-effective way to resolve the SOA application infrastructure dilemma.
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