Service Oriented Architecture
The logical architecture of an information system is the bridge between the business view and the information technology view. It defines the components of your SOA architecture independently of the technology used in the software architecture. It also defines the services, service components, exchange data, service orchestration and the overall logic of your application.
Already successfully practiced in large-scale information system overhaul and development projects, using Objecteering to model your Service Oriented Architecture alongside your business processes (BPM) and your enterprise architecture (EA) is a key factor in the success of your developments.
With Objecteering SOA Solution
, you produce the model of your business applications, identify services and organize them into service components, and then translate business processes into service orchestration. Objecteering SOA lets you assemble the services provided by different components to build composite SOA applications.
With traceability managed and consistency permanently maintained between the preliminary business view (enterprise architecture) and the later technological view (software architecture), SOA logical architecture constitutes your information system's central repository.
Beyond logical architecture modeling, you can model material and physical views with Objecteering, thereby representing the distribution of services on your infrastructure.