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A primary way in which SOA project delivery methodologies differ is in how they position and prioritize analysis-related phase, which the authors discuss in this chapter.

This chapter provides an introduction to general governance concepts and terms, as well as fundamental topics regarding governance systems for SOA projects.

This chapter from 100 SOA Questions answers the questions, what is SOA, is SOA an architectural style, what are fundamental constructs (the DNA) of SOA, what is the difference between a Web Service and an SOA service and what makes a project an SOA implementation?

The Logic Centralization pattern is one of the basic inventory design patterns that structures the service inventory in a way so that it is free from redundant solution logic and endeavors to increase the reuse potential of agnostic services by enforcing use of agnostic services according to their functional boundaries.

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