Torry Harris Releases Whitepaper on SOA Testing

 

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Torry Harris Business Solutions (THBS), a global niche technology services and solutions provider for mission-critical distributed e-enterprise computing and middleware, today announced the availability of a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) white paper entitled "SOA Test Methodology."

"SOA promises significant benefits to an organization's operating efficiency and in the IT infrastructure's flexibility in swiftly reacting to dynamic market requirements," said Thiru Sivasubramanian, SOA lead and U.S. country manager for Torry Harris Business Solutions. "However, successfully delivering SOA benefits, especially as it relates to business agility and service reuse, will depend upon the test approach that an organization adopts to implement SOA."

THBS' heritage in middleware, distributed computing and integration evolved naturally to become the basis of SOA methodology. The company works with a myriad of SOA product vendors and provides advice on the use of open-source software in SOA implementation.

The company's new "SOA Test Methodology" white paper provides comprehensive guidance on best practices for testing SOA solutions.

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