• 1. What does SOA stand for?
A) Systematic Organization of Applications
B) Software Operations Approach
C) Service-Oriented Architecture
D) Service-Oriented Association
  • 2. What protocol was commonly used for communication between services during the early to mid-2000s?
  • 3. Which architectural style does SOA represent?
A) Microservices architecture
B) Event-Driven architecture
C) Service-Oriented architecture
D) Monolithic architecture
  • 4. Which principle of SOA ensures that services can be effectively discovered by consumers?
A) Loose coupling
B) Reusability
C) Autonomy
D) Discoverability
  • 5. What is the role of service choreography in SOA?
A) To promote flexibility in service interactions
B) To centralize service interactions
C) To manage service registries
D) To orchestrate service compositions
  • 6. What emerged as a key component in SOA implementations during the mid-2000s?
A) Microservices
B) Web Services
C) Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
D) Middleware
  • 7. What is the key principle of "loose coupling" in SOA?
A) Services are designed with minimal dependencies
B) Services can only be used once
C) Services cannot be reused
D) Services are tightly integrated with each other
  • 8. What is the role of a service registry in SOA?
A) To provide security
B) To manage governance
C) To store data
D) To dynamically discover and bind to services
  • 9. Which phase of SOA evolution focused on service composition?
A) Web Services Era
B) Early Adoption
C) SOA 2.0 and Service Composition
D) Micro Services Architecture
  • 10. What architectural approach emerged as an evolution of SOA, promoting decentralized governance and autonomy of teams?
A) Event-Driven Architecture
B) Microservices Architecture
C) Service-Oriented Architecture
D) Monolithic Architecture
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