In Industry 4.0, manufacturing organizations have to become more flexible and agile to stay competitive in the marketplace. Industry and academia focus on sharing globally distributed manufacturing resources and capabilities. This shift to collaborative environment calls for a service dominant logic in which reusable services model entire production processes. Accordingly, service-oriented architectures have been under spotlight by researchers to integrate distributed capabilities and resources of manufacturing. In this article, we identify rapidly developing relevant IT fields, state-of-the-art service-oriented manufacturing approaches, and discuss related challenges with those approaches. Then we introduce a higher-level workflow and cloud based service-oriented architecture for (1) individuals to design and prototype products, (2) manufacturing organizations to focus on their core competencies and find complementary services for part of their production processes, and (3) manufacturing organizations to publish their idle capabilities and resources as services. We investigate these potential impacts and more in the next manufacturing era.