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SOA in Practice Demonstrating how service-oriented architecture (SOA) can simplify the creation of large-scale applications, this book presents a framework to help determine when to take advantage of SOA. It describes the real-world problems of implementing and running an SOA in practice. Full description

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Real SOA, not the buzzword ( SOA ) 29 mai 2012
Par Robin T. Wernick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Like many others, I have been hearing about SOA for six years. Since it seemed to be attached to enterprise systems, I was able to ignore it for a long time and concentrate on more pressing matters. But all good things end and I began to be bombarded with offers to work on SOA systems. I have been working on SOA systems since my military days without knowing it. But recently, businesses want to know specifically where I have applied it on business goals. This book takes the mumbo-jumbo out of the term and lets you know what SOA really means so you can understand it and apply it properly.

SOA refers to the use of web services, based on HTML or XML( actually Windows Services and Linux daemons do just fine here too ), and loose coupling between diverse computer systems. SOA is about defining communication interfaces and work offers to be done on command between these systems. It is like the implicit communications between the vehicle drivers that occur in the process of navigating through a large city to their destinations. The process is different in different countries( networks ). The road rules for New York fail in London. In the same way, network requests and object transfers for the IBM network fail in Cubic's system.

Loose coupling and error tolerance helps the system avoid jams and lockups. As an evolution from the old rigid military model, SOA allows for the discovery of services on the network and network reformatting as computers go online and offline.

Services consist of a defined communications interface with numerous message types. Similar to allowed topics of conversation in human groups, these services permit the transfer of information and work requests. By defining broad message content, the services allow for a high degree of communications utility without needing to be constantly redefined. This reasonable degree of flexibility well suits business needs and allows for easy communication of rapidly changing business entities.

The book also covers modeling of complex business communications using UML from the most abstract standards down to the individual software calls needed to implement the necessary network communications.

Now I have the background to answer the interview questions when I am asked what part of my design experience has been in support of SOA. I can talk in depth about business intelligence entities, communication contracts and the need for communication error handling. Even though the current business systems are working much the same as the General Dynamics launch computer network that I programmed in 1989, the concepts and the language are now codified and the network processes are standardized. This gives us all a way to clearly talk about and correctly implement these systems in general. This is a big step up for the proper design of computer networking systems.

If you are going to work in the world of distributed computing, this book should be on your shelf. You will be able to speak with clarity and authority about SOA and its underlying details.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Intro to Service Oriented Architecture 9 novembre 2013
Par Francis M. Shigley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
SOA in Practice was a great introduction to Service Oriented Architecture. What I particularly liked about the book was how the author walks the reader through each aspect of SOA and the provides insights based on his experience into the pro's and con's of different approaches. The book is practical in nature and is a good read for anyone planning on introducing SOA in their organization.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great introduction 11 janvier 2010
Par doctoral student - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I found this book a great introduction into the technical relevant issues of SOA. The book in particular helped me get a head start when I pitched my research to a CTO of a major insurance company involved over the last 5 years in SOA evolution (after much groundwork, I was given two hours of his precious time to convince him that there is value in my research for his organization, and was expected to make an in-depth case for the relevance of my work to his SOA evolution effort). Because the book prepared me well, I could follow with ease all overview and detailed design discussion, and also contribute to the technical discussion, which significantly contributed to the success of the meeting. I warmly recommend the book to anyone who wants to get a head start into technical but also organizational aspects of SOA in organizations.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Clear, pragmatic insights from an expert 17 juillet 2012
Par DrRoger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I needed to learn about SOA in a serious hurry for a large project my firm is competing for, as we are far from experts or highly experienced with SOA. Other than the title of Nico Josuttis' book, which held promise, I knew nothing about it. So I purchased it along with Thomas Erl's book Service-Oriented Architecture: Concepts, Technology, and Design.

Without being critical of Erl's book, which is itself good, there was no comparison between the two books. Josuttis accomplishes that which is uncommon, he takes you inside the mind of an expert who has worked in a field for several years and provides you with the benefit of his insights. Josuttis has a rare gift as both a technologist and an author. He clearly sees through to the core principles of the subject, has obviously worked extensively with the subject matter with this larger framework in mind, and then incorporates his learning into a higher synthesis of understanding of the subject--which he then clearly and artfully communicates to others. The combination of clarity of thinking and appropriate focus is quite unusual. As a former university professor, I was quite frankly envious, Josuttis achieved that which I aspire to in my own work but rarely accomplish so well. Reading his book has made me feel like I already know a lot about SOA, when in fact my education is quite limited.

It has been some time since have found myself so deeply appreciating a fellow practitioner sharing their knowledge and mental clarity with the rest of us, it has been quite inspiring to me. Josuttis has renewed my enthusiasm for taking on projects where the IT design aspects are of greater or equal challenge than the domain-specific application design aspects--typically, given my largely non-IT technical education, I tend to be most interested in the technical solution to the "real" problem, with the IT just being the means to the end. A hearty thanks to Nico Josuttis for the contribution that his book represents to his fellow practitioners.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great overview for SOA considerations and issues 5 juillet 2012
Par SiliconCarne.me - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I appreciated the high level discussions of what to consider, what to watch out for, and where to be more cautious. It's not a step by step manual for implementing SOA (perhaps the title is confusing in this sense), but it contains a lot of useful insights. The author cuts through a lot of marketing and hype and just discusses the main considerations you need to focus when starting SOA.
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