Service-oriented architecture (SOA) orchestration

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    System of systems (SoS)  is a way to view multiple, small independent systems in context as part of a larger, more complex system. 

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About Service-oriented architecture (SOA) orchestration

Web services orchestration, or service-oriented architecture (SOA) orchestration, refers to the process of identifying and organizing existing SOA services to control the flow of information between services, applications, and other important business assets. Successful SOA orchestration allows enterprise architects to design and implement business solutions that not only meet business needs, but do so quickly, elegantly, and with little maintenance. Check out these tips, articles, and expert commentaries on orchestration to learn more about orchestrating your organizations SOA and Web services.