Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a rather underwhelming buzzword from the last ten years in technology.
It is related to pricey, complex technology that may not deliver the ROI that was anticipated. Has the industry simply been unable to grasp and utilize the potential of SOA?
Ganesh Prasad, a seasoned professional with more than 10 years of SOA experience at several organizations, has figured out how to unleash SOA's untapped potential. With a novel, lightweight approach that is nonetheless rigorous, he seeks to rekindle the SOA movement. This approach is built on the idea of dependencies, which is the fundamental concept underlying all system interactions. The book "Dependency-Oriented Thinking" is the one that first makes these techniques public.
Business analysts, solution architects, designers, and developers are the target audience for Volume 1. It gives them a formal process to use when creating flexible, affordable, and low-risk solutions to satisfy business requirements—one of SOA's main objectives.