Legacy System Evolution towards Service-Oriented Architecture

@inproceedings{Almonaies2010LegacySE,
  title={Legacy System Evolution towards Service-Oriented Architecture},
  author={Asil A. Almonaies and James R. Cordy and Thomas R. Dean},
  year={2010}
}
Although Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) has become popular in recent years, the majority of legacy systems are still not SOA enabled. The increase in the amount of information that companies must handle has resulted in a considerable increase in the complexity of the legacy systems that store this information. While moving to a serviceoriented architecture platform can help in handling this increase, at the same time it is important to preserve the investment of many years of tuning and… CONTINUE READING
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