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Organizations can make the available SOA governance frameworks more effective in their organizations using the scenario-based tailoring technique introduced in this technical note.
Grace Lewis discusses how the Service Migration and Reuse Technique (SMART) can be used to help organizations to make decisions about reusing legacy systems within a SOA environment.
This information sheet describes the SOA Migration, Adoption, and Reuse Technique (SMART), and its various family members.
How can you distinguish fact from fiction regarding SOA?
This eLearning course from the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) can help you understand software-oriented architecture (SOA) and decide how to adopt it effectively in your organization.
This report explores the role of standards in cloud-computing interoperability. It covers cloud-computing basics and standard-related efforts, discusses several use cases, and provides recommendations for cloud-computing adoption.
In this 2011 presentation, Grace Lewis presents general computation trends and a set of emerging technologies to support the trends for software-reliant SoS such as cloud computing and mobile computing.
SMART now stands for the SOA Migration, Adoption, and Reuse Technique. The new name reflects what Grace Lewis' team learned in the course of its work.
The current ability to implement systems in the DoD based on SOA technologies falls short of the DoD's goals. To close the gaps in these areas, research is needed in SOA security, semantic SOA, context-aware applications, and real-time SOA.
Dennis Smith, SOA course instructor, discusses the SOA Architect Professional Certificate. Dennis explains the three main takeaways SOA certificate holders will recieve.