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In bottom-up SOA, he said, anything goes — “developers create whatever services they want, and have other apps adopt them as those developers see fit, based on a somewhat ‘laissez faire democratic approach.” Of course, the polar opposite would be a Soviet-style Five Year Plan in which everything is dictated by a central authority.

Nick advocates a “middle ground” between Service-Oriented Anarchy and Soviet-Oriented Architecture…

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