System Wide Information Management (SWIM). Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Testing. Agenda. Traditional Testing Migration to SOA Conceptual SOA Traditional vs. SOA Testing SOA Testing Solutions Anticipated Challenges. Characteristics of Traditional Testing.
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Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Testing
From Oasis (www.oasis-open.org),
SOA is defined as –
“An architectural style whose goal is to achieve loose coupling among interacting software agents/services.”
SOA enables business flexibility in an interoperable, technology-agnostic manner. It consists of a composite set of business-aligned services that support a flexible and dynamically re-configurable end-to-end business processes realization using interface-based service description.
SOA is a commonly chosen implementation architecture process for today's largely distributed businesses or systems.
SOA services are intended to be reusable and can be shared within the entire business domain
SOA ROI ($) = Cost Savings/Efficiencies Achieved - All SOA-Related Investments
SOA ROI (%) = SOA ROI ($) All SOA-Related Investments
Source: Leo Shuster, who is responsible for National City Bank's SOA
Definition of SOA
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