Service-Oriented Modeling: Service Analysis, Design, and Architecture
Monroe, NJ (PRWEB) June 30, 2008
Methodologies Corporation, the leading SOA modeling company, announced the release of SOMF version 1.1 today. The advanced edition is based on recent book publication entitled "Service-Oriented Modeling: Service Analysis, Design, and Architecture", written by Michael Bell and produced by Wiley & Sons Inc. in March, 2008.
"The advanced service-oriented modeling framework, also known as SOMF 1.1, offers a service life cycle development methodology designed to help organizations establish state-of-the-art software architecture disciplines for building enterprise services," states Bell. "Our goal is to provide an SOA modeling framework that is easy to understand and implement, increases application reuse, decreases expenditure, shortens time-to-market, and encourages software assets consolidation."
The provided service-oriented modeling framework disciplines enable business and IT personnel to collaborate on devising an efficient SOA model for small scale projects or large initiatives. These involved SOA project life cycle participants are typically executives, program managers, project managers, business and technical architects, business analysts, system analysts, application and database modelers, team leads, and software developers.
The released SOMF version 1.1 offers the following service-oriented modeling disciplines:
- Service-Oriented Conceptualization
- Service-Oriented Discovery and Analysis
- Service-Oriented Business Integration
- Service-Oriented Logical Design
- Service-Oriented Conceptual Architecture
- Service-Oriented Logical Architecture
To view SOMF modeling examples, please click here: http://www.modelingconcepts.com/pages/download.htm.
About Methodologies Corporation:
Methodologies Corporation is an SOA Adoption company that provides SOA strategies, implementation, and training services to facilitate business agility and growth. Methodologies Corporation mission is to assist business and IT organizations to increase software asset reusability, accelerate time-to-market, improve and manage business processes, reduce expenditure, and efficiently consolidate business and technological assets. The leading forces behind these accomplishments are three major business and technology drivers: Strategy, Process, and Implementation. For additional information visit: http://www.ModelingConcepts.com.
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