Service-oriented architectures and Web services are the latest step in the development of application integration middleware. They attempt to fix the interoperability problems of the past and provide a foundation for future Internet-scale distributed applications. They also attempt, and to some extent succeed, to mark the end of the “middleware wars” with all major vendors finally agreeing on a single rich set of technology standards for application integration and distributed computing.
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Greenfield, P. (2011). Service-Oriented Architectures and Technologies. In: Essential Software Architecture. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-19176-3_5
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