SOA News Desk
Conzeal Starts SOA Practice
Gearing up to meet needs in the implementation of SOA practice
Nov. 19, 2007 01:00 PM
Inc has announced the formation of an Enterprise
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) practice that will leverage platforms from
different vendors to build services that are based on composite applications.
Krishna said “We see that there would be major spur in SOA
projects in the first two quarters of 2008 and there will be a great demand for
SOA architects and developers who can deliver the goods.” Conzeal is gearing up
to meet these needs and is training and adding as many as twenty of its
consultants to the existing SOA team.
A major advantage of SOA is that many of the software services can be reused,
saving time and resources and speeding deployment in application development.
“Applying SOA to an enterprise will provide a great business value” Krishna
Chintalapathi of Conzeal said. “However, the right approach to analyzing,
designing and developing service-oriented solutions is critical. Unfortunately,
organizations often fail to delve deeply enough with their SOA adoption. Many
SOA projects are failing as they aren’t approached from an architectural
“The key is that services need to be built in such a way that they can get
leveraged in different contexts, and that you provide an agile platform for
business processes. This is where Conzeal pitches in.” He said, “In fact, we
will be glad to provide free consulting to the organizations in their initial
trials to make them successful.”
The consultants at Conzeal have been working on SOA since 1998 and have helped
several organizations earlier in their trials in adopting SOA architecture.
"Our vast experience in this technology allows us to guide our customers
in choosing the right approach to enterprise SOA, and gain maximum benefit from