The performance requirements of global financial services firms are among the most stringent on the world’s IT landscape. When it comes to selecting an architecture, those firms have more choice than ever before. Firms can deploy a system across a monolithic platform, use a client-server approach or via SOA (Service Oriented Architecture), which is arguably today’s approach of choice.
However, even with this vastly expanded range of choices, have we arrived at the best approach? Is there an
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