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SOA

Abbreviation for:
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spinal opioid anaesthesia
statement of accountability
super output areas
swelling of ankles
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Service-oriented architecture provides an approach that acknowledges the value that resides in existing systems and embraces modern technology principles to leverage those assets.
DB-Shuttle provides automated technology that protects legacy assets, reduces maintenance costs, provides agility and flexibility, and enables Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) within business-critical applications.
"This is particularly beneficial for small-to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) that now have access to a best-in-class solution that can help them achieve the IT agility made possible by service-oriented architectures at an affordable price."
BEA product lines -- WebLogic, Tuxedo, JRockit, and the new AquaLogic family of Service Infrastructure -- help customers reduce IT complexity and successfully deploy Service-Oriented Architectures to improve business agility and efficiency.
Service-oriented architecture is a technology model that simplifies integration of applications, improves access to information, facilitates communication, and makes available more affordable software packages featuring a selection of services and functions.
The Air Force Distributed Common Ground System (AFDCGS) Block 10.2 is an Acquisition Category (ACAT) III acquisition program that is fielding a net-centric, service-oriented architecture for ISR with Combat Operations Command and Control.
The purpose of the meeting is to give industry an opportunity to learn more about what is required by the Pentagon's evolution to enterprise services in a service-oriented architecture (SOA).
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) for shared services Firms should build a service-oriented architecture which offers the capabilities as shared services across the environment.
The innovative (service-oriented architecture) of Asigra Televaulting for Enterprises is the key to the distributed backup advantages of the televaulting software model.
The first issue will carry features on: delivering software as service; leveraging Linux/Open Source; moving to a service-oriented architecture; new desktop software; using development tools; application integration; and, storage and security.

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