Advantages and Disadvantages of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

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SOA ASSIGNMENT
In this essay I will be discussing Service Oriented Architecture. As part of that I will write about the terms Web Service, Service Oriented Architecture and SOAP. I will list some advantages and disadvantages of SOA as well as the technology involved in using SOA and the standard syntax and operation employed in such a system. I will close this essay by writing about a company that could take advantage of the Service Oriented Architecture.
Web Services

The World Wide Web Consortium is the main international criteria organization for the World Wide Web. They set the standard for web mark-up languages and web services worldwide. W3C describe web services as a means for two electronic devices to communication via
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SOA ASSIGNMENT
In this essay I will be discussing Service Oriented Architecture. As part of that I will write about the terms Web Service, Service Oriented Architecture and SOAP. I will list some advantages and disadvantages of SOA as well as the technology involved in using SOA and the standard syntax and operation employed in such a system. I will close this essay by writing about a company that could take advantage of the Service Oriented Architecture.
Web Services

The World Wide Web Consortium is the main international criteria organization for the World Wide Web. They set the standard for web mark-up languages and web services worldwide. W3C describe web services as a means for two electronic devices to communication via interpolating software applications. These services can be running on a diverse range of networks and frameworks. You can convert your applications into web-applications using common web services. Web services are found many places throughout the internet. Web services communicate using common web protocols such as JSON, REST and SOAP. They are created to be self-describing and easily readable. These protocols adhere to common programing practices and as a result; reduces the need for documentation and have a gentle learning curve. Web services are generally targeted by other applications and not by humans.
An example of a web service protocol would be SOAP. SOAP uses XML and HTTP. Extensible Mark-up Language is a language used widely in web services
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