Service Oriented Architecture For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, 25 oct. 2006 - 360 páginas
  • SOA is the most important initiative facing IT today and is difficult to grasp; this book demystifies the complex topic of SOA and makes it accessible to all those people who hear the term but aren't really sure what it means
  • This team of well-respected authors explains that SOA is a collection of applications that enables resources to be available to other participants in a network using any service-based technology
  • Examines how SOA enables faster and cheaper application development and how it offers reusable code that can be used across various applications
  • Covers what SOA is, why it matters, how it can impact businesses, and how to take steps to implement SOA in a corporate environment
 

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Índice

SOA What?
7
Noahs Architecture
15
Not So Simple SOA
31
SOA Sophistication
45
Playing Fast and Loose Loose Coupling and Federation
61
NittyGritty SOA
73
Xplicating XML
75
Dealing with Adapters
87
Making Sure SOA Happens
207
SOA Quick Start Entry Points for Starting the SOA Journey
217
Real Life with SOA
223
Big Blue SOA
225
SOA According to HewlettPackard
239
SOA According to BEA
249
Progress with SOA
261
The Oracle at SOA
271

The Registry and the Broker
97
The Enterprise Service Bus
105
The SOA Supervisor
119
SOA Sustenance
129
SOA Governance
131
SOA Security
141
Wheres the Data?
153
SOA Software Development
167
The Repository and the Registry
181
Getting Started with SOA
197
Do You Need a SOA? A SelfTest
199
Microsoft and SOA
281
SAP SOA
291
JBossing SOA
299
The Part of Tens
309
Ten Swell SOA Resources
311
And Thats Not All Even More SOA Vendors
315
Ten SOA NoNos
327
Glossary
331
Index
343
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Judith Hurwitz has been a leader in the technology research and strategy consulting fields for more than 20 years. In 1992, she founded the industryleading research and consulting organization, Hurwitz Group. Currently, she is the President of Hurwitz & Associates, a research and consulting firm with a portfolio of service offerings focused on identifying customer benefit and best practices for buyers and sellers of information technology in the United States and Europe.
Judith has held senior positions at John Hancock and Apollo Computer and is a frequent keynote speaker at industry events. She earned BS and MS degrees from Boston University and was honored by Boston University’s College of Arts & Sciences, when it named her a distinguished alumnus in 2005. She is also a recipient of the 2005 Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council award.

Robin Bloor was born in Liverpool, England, in the 1950s, a little too late to become a member of The Beatles and, in any event, completely bereft of musical talent. In his late teens he went to Nottingham University, where he acquired a degree in mathematics, a love for computers, and a number of severe hangovers.
After toiling in the English IT trenches for a number of years, Robin, following in the steps of the Pilgrim Fathers, emigrated to the United States, eventually settling in Texas. In 2003, for reasons beyond his comprehension, he was awarded an honorary PhD in Computer Science by Wolverhampton University in the United Kingdom, in recognition of “Services to the IT Industry.” In 2004, he became a partner in the noted IT analyst company, Hurwitz & Associates.

Carol Baroudi makes technical concepts understandable to ordinary human beings. She’s the primary instigator and eager co-conspirator with Judith, Robin, and Marcia on their first For Dummies venture. Clocking more than 30 years in the computer industry, she’s been writing For Dummies books since 1993. (You might be familiar with The Internet For Dummies in one of its ten editions.) In 1999, she became a software industry analyst under the tutelage of Judith Hurwitz.

Marcia Kaufman is a founding partner of Hurwitz & Associates. With 20 years of experience in business strategy, industry research, and analytics, her primary research focus is on the business and technology benefit of emerging technologies. Understanding the world of business data has been one of her top priorities for many years, and today that includes data quality, business analytics, and information management.

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