Narges Shahgholi

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Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is an architectural style whose primary goal is to achieve minimal dependency among interacting software agents. And as with all new technologies, it comes with its share of challenges. Of particular difficulty is the challenge of securing a service oriented system. Since Web services supply a significant way to provide(More)
Service Oriented Architecture is an architectural paradigm and discipline that may be used to build infrastructures enabling those with needs (consumers) and those with capabilities (providers) to interact via services across disparate domains of technology and ownership. Besides SOAP and UDDI, which make the foundation of SOA, WSDL also plays an important(More)
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