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Several new trends in the computer industry rely upon SOA as the enabling foundation. These include the automation of Business Process Management (BPM), composite and the multitude of new architecture and design patterns generally referred to as Web 2.0.

Web 2.0 can be generally characterized as a common set of architecture and design patterns, which can be implemented in multiple contexts. The list of common patterns includes the Mashup, Collaboration-Participation, Software as a Service, Semantic Tagging and Rich User Experience patterns among others.

Most Web 2.0 architecture patterns rely on Service Oriented Architecture in order to function. When designing Web 2.0 applications based on these patterns, architects often have highly specialized requirements for moving data.

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