The Disconnect with Data Integration and SOA

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The Disconnect with Data Integration and SOA

Many companies are building Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
initiatives apart from data integration projects. Since information is
one of the key ingredients to creating business value from SOA
initiatives, how could this disconnect be occuring?

A few characteristics of IT projects are causing this application stovepipe to happen.

First, IT has, for decades, continually developed applications or implemented infrastructure on a project-by-project basis. Rather
than viewing their enterprise holistically, companies continually look
at their projects with a narrow focus. Although this limits scope and
maybe improves a project’s chance to be completed, it is shortsighted
since too much overlapping or conflicting work occurs.

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