Applied SOA
Service-Oriented Architecture and Design Strategies
By Michael Rosen, Boris Lublinsky, Kevin T. Smith, Marc J. Balcer
Publisher: Wiley
Final Release Date: September 2008
Pages: 700

You need more than theory to make SOA work.

You need this practical guide.

The challenge today's IT professionals face is not how to build a service. It's how to build a quality service, based on solid design principles and integrated into an architecture that enhances overall business processes. If you are a systems architect or designer, a business analyst, or an IT manager, this book gives you the architecture and design principles along with a methodology that empowers you to meet that challenge. Here are the tools you need to develop services that deliver the benefits of SOA.

  • Understand how SOA provides improved flexibility, reduced costs, and competitive advantages

  • Examine the overall enterprise context, architectural layers, domain-specific concepts, and essential service characteristics

  • Learn how to align SOA with your business, identify services, and create solutions

  • Explore business architecture and business process modeling

  • See how to design service interfaces and implementations

  • Create enterprise services that integrate existing applications and data

  • Create enterprise solutions from existing services

  • Apply security blueprints for determining and implementing appropriate safeguards

  • Utilize successful techniques for flexible servicecomposition and semantic interoperability

  • Prepare to effectively manage your projects, utilizing best practices and strategies for SOA management and governance

  • Benefit from detailed case study examples

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