How to Increase your Business Reactivity using a Goal-Driven Service Oriented Architecture (GD-SOA) ?
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Six Patterns for Aligning IT to Changes on the GD-SOA
Patterns for succeeding with the Goal-Driven Service Oriented Architecture (GD-SOA)
Along the above adaptation process, in order to prevent reactivity issues caused by traditional use case driven and O.O approachs, services of the SOA are to be rendered flexible as well as traceable for a swift and coherent evolution in face of changes. Two groups of engineering patterns help us to achieve these objectives.
The first group patterns confer flexibility to service specifications. They ensure identification, traceability and executability of services.
The second group patterns configure services to closing the gap between the business and application layers in order to confer to the system a coherent evolution in face of changes.
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