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Increasing Agility and Decreasing Change Life Cycle Timeframes in SOA-based Systems

Source: YASU Technologies
While service oriented architecture (SOA)-based systems are great for re-using the existing IT infrastructure to implement newer business processes, they only help IT professionals. Thus, an SOA-based system is a technical answer to a business challenge—but in order to help businesses react to business changes, existing business rules management system (BRMS) technology should be included in the mix.


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