When launched, space-bound rockets need to reach a certain velocity before they can clear the earth’s atmosphere and reach their destination. Such is also the case with service-oriented architecture projects. When things are just starting out, it requires a push from the business to move toward the next goal. IT can’t do it alone.
This analogy was a key point in SOA Adoption for Dummies, a new book on the topic written by Miko Matsumura, Jignesh Shah, and Bjoern Brauel, all part of Software AG. (Not to be confused with SOA for Dummies, the work published by Judith Hurwitz.)
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