How SQL Server 2005 Enables Service-Oriented Database Architectures

By Bill Graziano on 8 September 2006 | 0 Comments | Tags: Application Design


Databases are a strategic part of a distributed architecture built using the Service-Oriented Database Architecture (SODA). This paper explores the concepts behind SODA and how SQL Server 2005 fits into this architecture. Follow the link to How SQL Server 2005 Enables Service-Oriented Database Architectures...

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