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Architecting for SOA
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| by Beat Schwegler Follow 0 Followers on Apr 10, 2007 |

In this decidedly non-marketing presentation, Microsoft Architect Beat Schwegler shows how service-orientation affects system architecture. He introduces the notion of a service model as a mediator between the business and technology models, and explains how a migration towards such an architecture could occur through a step-by-step architectural refactoring.

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Beat Schwegler is an architect at Microsoft's EMEA headquarter. With more than 13 years experience in professional software development and architecture, he has been involved in a wide variety of projects. For the past few years, his main focus has been in the area of Service Orientation and Web Services.

JAOO is the premier European developer conference on software technology, methods and best practices. The conference presents in-depth presentations and tutorials by researchers, engineers and trend-setters in software engineering and technology.

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