Newswire Today - THBS Presents ‘Six Steps to Transitioning Successfully to SOA’

 

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Torry Harris Business Solutions (THBS), a global niche technology services and solutions provider for mission-critical distributed enterprise computing and middleware presents six steps to embarking on a service-oriented architecture (SOA) implementation in a cost effective offshore model.

“Successful enterprise IT managers today understand that a service-oriented architecture is not a luxury, it is a necessary IT methodology that lends to a flexible infrastructure capable of adapting to business needs,” said Thiru Sivasubramanian, Country Manager USA, Torry Harris Business Solutions. “The next step naturally, is to select from the many implementation options available, and this process need not keep decision makers awake at night as long as they begin with a clear roadmap. Our attempt is to help de-mystify the methodology.”

Torry Harris Business Solutions has its heritage in middleware and distributed enterprise computing, which has naturally evolved to become the basis of SOA methodology. The company has worked and partnered with myriad SOA product vendors, and provides advice on the use of open source software in SOA implementation. The following steps are designed to help decision-makers embarking on the road to SOA.

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