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the case studies and ongoing SOA projects provide continued improvements to IBM Global Services capabilities with increased services standardization to further extend our offering portfolio. Another direct result of the study is our patented architecture decision accelerator for SOA, a tool used by IBM specialists to speed architecture strategy and design. To help you prepare to meet new performance, agility and policy requirements introduced by your SOA-enabled business solutions, our architects and specialists also leverage the IBM SOA infrastructure reference architecture along with IBM Global Services Methods, which incorporate IT service management best practices. Our comprehensive guidance and services can help you:

  • Perform a health check of your current IT capabilities to enable SOA.

  • Define a strategy and identify initiatives as part of a prioritized roadmap.

  • Define an infrastructure architecture that embraces SOA to support your business requirements.

  • Develop infrastructure conceptual and specification designs to support the requirements of an SOA application framework.

  • Design and implement an ESB to help you decouple your Web services, applications and infrastructure.

  • Implement an application infrastructure that supports your SOA applications.

  • Plan for a test environment to help uncover performance problems.

  • Develop new testing processes and perform complex perfor- mance testing.

  • Design and integrate a security strategy for your SOA.

  • Expand your current service management solutions to support your SOA implementation.

  • Leverage virtualization capabilities within your infrastructure.

For more information For more information about SOA infrastructure services from IBM, part of our IT strategy and architecture services and middle- ware services portfolios, visit:


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