The Myopia of Web Services Management
What's in your architecture?
By: Sam Boonin
Jul. 9, 2004 12:00 AM
Rather than taking a myopic Web services management approach to realizing the promise of shared services, enterprise architects should focus on building the architecture that controls chaos and enables sharing and reuse.
Web services, with their standards-based ability to exchange data between disparate, distributed systems, hold great promise for enterprises seeking the holy grail of enterprise computing: a fully-integrated infrastructure that inexpensively adapts to business needs at enterprise speed and scale. However, for their full value to be realized, enterprise architects need to view Web services strategically or they will find themselves in a muddle of integration spaghetti.
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