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Securing the Trusted Application Base

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Corporations, government agencies, and other institutions need to embrace industry best practices that have been proven to help develop and implement reliable systems. One of the most important considerations is the need for a secure, trusted application base. This article will help you get started delivering systems that can be verified and supported while continuously being updated as needed.

Corporations, government agencies, and other institutions need to embrace industry best practices that have been proven to help develop and implement reliable systems. One of the most important considerations is the need for a secure, trusted application base. This article will help you get started delivering systems that can be verified and supported while continuously being updated as needed.

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The use of Baselines in a SOA Environment

Summary:
In service oriented architectures (SOA), there are three essential components for delivery: published service; long-lived business processes; and short-lived business processes. Baselines are key to successful SOA delivery. They identify the service—and the components making up the service—being delivery to an environment and provide for co-existence of multiple services in the environments at the same time.

In service oriented architectures (SOA), there are three essential components for delivery: published service; long-lived business processes; and short-lived business processes. Baselines are key to successful SOA delivery. They identify the service—and the components making up the service—being delivery to an environment and provide for co-existence of multiple services in the environments at the same time.

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Module Baselines within a Service Component Architecture

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This is an ongoing of series of articles about configuration management using baselines in a service-oriented architecture (SOA) environment. Baselines for the Service Component Architecture (SCA) is one of most difficult areas to understand because SCA uses multi-layer baselines, and also there is also a difficulty of long-lived and short-lived processes.

This is an ongoing of series of articles about configuration management using baselines in a service-oriented architecture (SOA) environment. Baselines for the Service Component Architecture (SCA) is one of most difficult areas to understand because SCA uses multi-layer baselines, and also there is also a difficulty of long-lived and short-lived processes.

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