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Leveraging Soa In Banking Systems Integration

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  • Alaa M. Riad
  • Ahmed E. Hassan
  • Qusay F. Hassan

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There is no doubt that the systems integration is one of the most important and complicated tasks in software filed especially for complex applications like banking systems. Complexity in integrating banking systems often comes from continues changes in both technical and business features provided by them to meet customer needs. Banking systems always come from different software vendors which mean using platforms and different design and architecture patterns, and this for sure adds extra complexity for integrating them. Serviceoriented architecture (SOA) is a promising method in software filed that aims to build or restructure software systems in a manner that makes their maintenance and integration easier. Agility is the most important goal that should be achieved when building and integrating banking systems. Simply, agility is needed to meet market needs quickly and efficiently and SOA is the way that could provide it

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  • Alaa M. Riad & Ahmed E. Hassan & Qusay F. Hassan, 2008. "Leveraging Soa In Banking Systems Integration," Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Faculty of Financial Management and Accounting Craiova, vol. 3(2(4)_Summ).
  • Handle: RePEc:ush:jaessh:v:3:y:2008:i:2(4)_summer2008:28
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    SOA; SOI; P2P Integration; Web Services; and Legacy Code;

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