Explain why the initial investment in using a SOA solution requires a high level of adoption to be worthwhile. What are the limitations of using SOA for short term software solutions instead of as a long-term commitment? Explain why reliance on legacy systems will limit the ability of an organization to adopt SOA on a large scale. What mitigation steps can be taken to help transition legacy systems to service orientation?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 8:04 am ad1c9bdddf
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//In the contemporary business environment, the attitude of the business organizations towards Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has changed over the course of time. In this context, the following discussion presents that, in the complex global environment, the initial investment in using SOA solution requires a high level of adoption to be worthwhile. Additionally, the discussion also presents the limitations of using SOA for short-term software solutions instead of a long-term commitment.//
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is an approach, which is used by the business organizations to create an architecture that is formed upon the use of services. The initial investment by the business organizations in using service oriented architecture requires a high level of adoption, which is worthwhile. SOA is used for integrating and developing enterprise applications. Small functions are carried out by the services such as validating a customer, producing the data and providing analytical services. Service reuse can be possible ...
The response addresses the query posted about an initial investment in using a SOA solution in 640 words with APA references