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SOA is primarily a collection of services within a network, which communicate with each other. This communication can involve more than two services coordinating some activity or simply be data passing. Each interaction is completely independent of every other and the interconnect protocols of the communicating devices. SOA allows location transparency, better data translation, internal software organization, and improved information flow.

SOA offers a tactical ability to integrate business data, processes and organizational comprehension. A consumer using any operating system from any device and in any language can make use of the service since the interfaces are platform-independent. SOA also makes it possible for service reuse because the services are loosely coupled, eliminating the need to start from scratch when there is a requirement for modification or upgrades. The data-sharing process between different applications which are intended to work with APIs help achieve functionality sharing and application integration.

SOA is certainly a valid approach to offer agility to businesses, helping them respond to business changes faster and in a cost-effective way.  It is the best practice to solve the architectural challenges that enterprises face today. Another important aspect of SOA planning involves the definition of architectures for using the information to support the business, and the plan for implementation of those architectures. With varied successes in the past, the movement to cloud-computing offers better value to SOA. Clouds are generally service-driven, and hence, are service-oriented. With the increase in usage of cloud computing applications, more businesses begin to re-analyze the usage of service oriented architecture, including orchestration, service governance and many other technologies related.

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