Composite Software Supports SOA Initiatives for U.S. Army, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Composite's Data Services to Deliver On-Demand Information to Senior Army Leadership and Officers in Charge of Day-to-Day Operat
By: SOA News Desk
Dec. 10, 2007 09:00 AM
Composite Software announced that the U.S. Army has selected its Composite Information Server to play an integral role in the Army’s data integration infrastructure.
The U.S. Army plans to create a data services layer within
its service-oriented architecture (SOA) infrastructure, to federate access to
data within its legacy systems that include hundreds of Logistics, Finance and
Human Resources (HR) domains.
Composite Software’s technology will now be a core part of the U.S. Army’s Enterprise Solutions Competency Center (ESCC), with U.S. Army Chief George “Chip” Raymond of the Enterprise Systems Division, Software Engineering Center. The goal of ESCC is to affect successful implementation of enterprise solutions to Army business domains, program executive offices and program managers across the Department of Defense and the Army. More information about ESCC may be found at https://soa.army.mil.
Further, Composite Software’s technology is helping a community of interest (COI) within the Office of the Secretary of Defense to apply best practices and a net-centric approach to sharing data, based on SOA tools and techniques. The design will allow service and agency components to leverage data via web services and data federation techniques. According to the U.S. Department of Defense Chief Information Officer, a COI includes end users, program managers, application developers, subject matter experts, Combatant Command, Service and Agency representatives, and IT Portfolio representatives.
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