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Software product line (SPL) and service-oriented architecture (SOA) approaches both enable an organization to reuse existing assets and capabilities rather than repeatedly redeveloping them for new systems. Organizations can capitalize on such reuse...

Despite recent reports that it has failed, the reality is that Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) remains the best option available for systems integration and leverage of legacy systems. The technologies to implement SOA will certainly evolve to...

A well-known problem within the service-oriented architecture (SOA) community is the need to establish effective SOA governance procedures to enable an organization-wide SOA initiative. A number of organizations and vendors address this problem...

Quality attribute requirements play an important role in service selection in a service-oriented architecture environment. It is easy to envision finding several services that fulfill the functional requirements but fail to meet important quality...

For more than a century, since the “discovery” of the 80-20 principle by the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, scholars and practitioners alike have preached the merits of applying this principle in business. The popular thesis, as applied to...

Building systems to satisfy current and future mission/business goals is critical to the success of a business or organization. Software architecture is the bridge between mission/business goals and a software-intensive system. Qualityattribute...

Competent development of software architecture is such a major factor in creating an effective system—it seems it would naturally play a major role in a university’s software engineering curriculum. But the principles underlying sound architecture,...

Yochai Benkler, in his book The Wealth of Networks, puts forth a provocative argument: that we are in the midst of a radical transformation in how we create our information environment. This change is at the heart of the open-source software (OSS)...

Software architecture is the single most important software artifact determining the success of a software system, agree many experts. That’s why so many researchers have examined its technical aspects and offered tools and methodologies toward...

Over the past several years, software product line practice has emerged as an important and viable software development paradigm. Instead of building suites of related software-intensive systems separately, companies of all sizes and in all...