The old school way of doing things in the Information Technology department is not very clearly defined. A particular way of handling data, for example, may be what the employees are used to – but the question is, is it better, easier and  more beneficial from an IT professional’s perspective? In order to assess the potential of the core business values of an organization, IT governance principles have been developed. Today, a lot of businesses all over the world are tapping into the benefits of IT governance principles to reach their IT infrastructure’s maximum potential. Here is a quick look at some of the principles behind IT governance, a core business solution: First, IT governance is something which is needed by small-scale, medium-scale and especially large-scale business establishments. IT governance is a way of setting the boundaries in terms of a company’s management and IT strategies to ensure that the business goals are being met.

The goal of setting such boundaries is to ensure that whenever a company takes on a task or a project, there will be better control over the quality of work, the manpower used, as well as the financing of the entire project. Also, IT governance principles, when applied to project management, assure transparency and accountability of each individual involved in the finishing of the assigned tasks. More importantly, it is a way of seeing to it that there is compliance with the current IT standards and each step taken contributes towards the successful completion of the task. When all these goals are realized, IT governance becomes a core business solution that companies certainly cannot do without.

For several years now, SOA has promised businesses with a better and more cost
efficient management of business.  This is made possible by through a blueprint of a
standardized architecture and reusable software components and business processes. 
But the problem of many businesses right now is that they now face the challenge of
adapting an SOA solution that still has no clear best practice methods.

There are literally hundreds of thousands of tips on how to properly plan and
implement SOA into a business.  But even with some SOA planning experience,
many still end up with less than expected results with their implantation and come up
with an uncoordinated, problematic mix of services in their online service.  And it all
boils down to an improper SOA blueprint.  Just like in any architecture project, a
blueprint for the SOA is needed in order for it to be successfully implemented.

With so many websites, consulting companies, software, and people offering different
solutions to the implementation of SOA, a blueprint of your architecture project is
needed in order for it to be aligned with the business goals.  A blueprint in the
enterprise architecture will help your SOA in being better in its interoperability and
compliance with standards. 

Having a blueprint for the SOA provides your business with an alignment to its
objectives and goals.  This blueprint will creates an increased flexibility for change
and creates a common business architecture that is needed in the always changing and
upgrading technology.  With a blueprint in place, identifying the services needed for
the proper development, operation, monitoring, and controlling of the business
architecture is better managed. 

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