Tag: service based internet

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SOA vs. The Service Based Internet

Some years ago Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) was put forth as a model for decoupling enterprise services and consumers. Although there are certainly great examples of robust SOA ecosystems, it never really lived up to its promise. Let’s take a look at how the service based internet is different, and why this model has become […]

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Core Components of the Service Based Internet

My last post discussed the Service Based Internet and its importance. For this post, I wanted to focus on the Core Components of the Service Based Internet. Challenges of Service Based Architectures There are considerable benefits to having a loosely coupled, widely distributed system. In decoupling the various components of our systems, however, we have to […]

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What is The Service Based Internet?

Over the past decade, we have witnessed many fundamental changes to the application landscape. In my other posts, I’ve discussed how enterprise applications must be built with usability, security, mobile device support, and business intelligence as integral components and not just afterthoughts. These changes are in large part driven by the rise of mobile devices […]