Service Oriented Architecture offers great promise but also great pitfalls. Making SOA work, avoiding the pitfalls and getting your SOA ROI, is hard. Here I share over a decade of effort in trying to do so, along with general thoughts on 28 years in the IT industry, life, the universe, and everything.
Akiva is a 30 year IT veteran that has worked in small software companies, .Com startups, and Fortune 50 IT centers.
He's worked on major IT projects across the United States and in Israel.
For 8 years he built and operated a major Integration Competency Center along with 3 generations of ESB environments. He's been focused on SOA (Service Oriented Architecture), Enterprise Architecture, Systems Integration, maximizing web technologies in business environments, and maximizing the business value of large IT projects.
For the past 8 years he's been consulting for Defense Contractors, Government Agencies, Financial Companies and Insurance Companies in Israel on Enterprise IT Management, Cloud, SOA and Integration IT Architecture, and processes & methodologies that smooth enterprise IT transition to the next generation.
He's always open to New Opportunities & Projects. Contact him via Linked-In