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Best Practices in Service-oriented Architecture

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kohsuke
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from http://www-03.ibm.com/developerworks/blogs/page/AliArsanjani?entry=key_a...
The Architecture section of develoeprWorks has released another Insight and Outlook column entitled: What is IT governance, and why should you care?

Here are my views. I start by what I think IT governance consists of and how SOA governance relates to it. Then I describe what I have seen as the important aspects of governance that need to be taken into account. My observations are based on my interactions with clients and the issues they run into day-by-day.

I think governance, specifically, SOA governance, is an "umbrella" that encompasses other assets and offerings such as SOA assessments, SOA Strategy and Planning , SOA Methods (such as SOMA), SOA Maturity etc. It lends them the oversight and support based on a set of agreed-upon enterprise policies that will ensure quality of service within the soa life-cycle.