Department of InformationTechnology


 

IT2406 Service Oriented Architecture Lab

Objective

 

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a software design and software architecture design pattern based on discrete pieces of software that provide application functionality as services, known as Service-orientation. A service is a self-contained logical representation of a repeatable function or activity.

Services can be combined by other software applications that together, provide the complete functionality of a large software application.

The purpose of SOA is to allow easy cooperation of a large number of computers that are connected over a network.

Every computer can run an arbitrary number of services, and each service is built in a way that ensures that the service can exchange information with any other service within the reach of the network without human interaction and without the need to make changes to the underlying program itself.

 

Scope of Operating System

The benefit of SOA is to allow simultaneous use and easy mutual data exchange between programs of different vendors without additional programming or making changes to the services. These services are also reusable, resulting in lower development and maintenance costs and providing more value once the service is developed and tested. Having reusable services readily available also results in quicker time to market.

Area in Sq.mts

250 Sq.m

Software

NETBEANS IDE 7.X

VISUAL STUDIO 2008

INTERNET EXPLORER/MOZILLA FIREFOX

Faculty Incharge

1. Mr. MADHU A, Assistant Professor

Faculty Assist

1. Ms. DURGADEVI p, Assistant Professor

2. Ms. SHERINE GLORY J, Assistant Professor

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