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  Shreyas Kamat - Principal Architect, Infosys Technologies, US Solutions    

Shreyas Kamat is a Principal Architect with Infosys System Integration - Technology Consulting Group. He has several years of experience as a Technology Strategist, architect and has helped many organizations across the industry verticals successfully achieve IT transformation by defining effective IT strategies and architecture. His recent work includes conducting SOA workshops and Technology Competency Center workshops for large organizations. He has authored papers in SOA, J2EE and RIA areas and has presented in many conferences. His work in defining web services architecture for ‘Point of Sale' systems is in the process of acquiring a patent. He can be contacted at shreyas_kamat@infosys.com.


Enterprise SOA - Leveraging Technology Competency Center Model for effective adoption
As the SOA momentum is picking up in the industry, more companies are adopting SOA on a larger scale. As the SOA hype is slowly undergoing the metamorphosis to real world implementations, organization are realizing there are impediments to a successful SOA adoption and growth. SOA is just not about integration at a platform or an application level but it is a culture change within the organization about how the traditional Business-IT interaction happens, and a paradigm shift from the IT as a 'technology provider' to IT as a ‘business enabler'. Understanding this impact of SOA adoption on the Enterprise and creating a structure to effectively manage this change is no longer an option – it's mandatory. A Technology competency Center (TCC) provides the structure by utilizing the Federated Enterprise Architecture principles. This paper touches upon the various SOA capabilities, adoption challenges and how a TCC addresses these challenges.

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