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Next generation SOA : a concise introduction to service technology & service orientation

Author: Thomas Erl
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, [2015] ©2015
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Erl
ISBN: 9780133859133 0133859134 0133859045 9780133859041
OCLC Number: 897206873
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction 1About This Book 2Who This Book Is For 2What This Book Does Not Cover 3How This Book Is Organized 3Additional Information 4Updates, Errata, and Resources ( 4Service Technology Specifications ( 4The Service Technology Magazine ( 5Service-Orientation ( 5What Is REST? ( 5What Is Cloud? ( 5SOA and Cloud Computing Design Patterns (, 5SOA Certified Professional (SOACP) ( 5Cloud Certified Professional (CCP) ( 5Big Data Science Certified Professional (BDSCP) ( 6Notification Service 6Chapter 2: An Overview of SOA & Service-Orientation 7Services and Service-Orientation 8Service-Orientation, Yesterday and Today 9Applying Service-Orientation 12The Eight Principles of Service-Orientation 12The Four Characteristics of SOA 13The Four Common Types of SOA 15SOA Design Patterns 17The Seven Goals of Applying Service-Orientation 18Planning For and Governing SOA 20The Four Pillars of Service-Orientation 20The Seven Levels of Organizational Maturity 22SOA Governance Controls 23Chapter 3: A Look at How Services are Defined and Composed 25Basic Concepts 27Agnostic and Non-Agnostic Logic 27Service Models and Service Layers 27Service and Service Capability Candidates 28Breaking Down the Business Problem 28Functional Decomposition 28Service Encapsulation 30Agnostic Context 30Agnostic Capability 32Utility Abstraction 32Entity Abstraction 33Non-Agnostic Context 34Process Abstraction and Task Services 35Building Up the Service-Oriented Solution 36Service-Orientation and Service Composition 36Capability Composition and Capability Recomposition 39Capability Composition 39Capability Recomposition 40Domain Service Inventories 44Chapter 4: An Exploration of Service-Orientation with the SOA Manifesto 47The SOA Manifesto 48The SOA Manifesto Explored 49Preamble 50Priorities 51Guiding Principles 55Chapter 5: An Overview of Service Technology 63Web-Based Services 64SOAP-Based Web Services 65REST Services 65Components 66Service Virtualization 66Cloud Computing 67API Management 68Model-Driven Software Design 68Semantic Web 69Business Process Management 70Composition and Orchestration 70Master Data Management 71Business Rule Engines 72Social Network Technologies 72Mobile Computing 72Agent-Driven Architecture 73Event-Driven Architecture and Complex Event Processing 74Business Intelligence 75Enterprise Information Integration and Extract-Transform-Load 76Big Data 77Chapter 6: A Look at Service-Driven Industry Models 79The Enterprise Service Model 80The Virtual Enterprise Model 81The Capacity Trader Model 82The Enhanced Wholesaler Model 83The Price Comparator Model 83The Content Provider Model 84The Job Market Model 84The Global Trader Model 86Industry Watchdogs 86Guarantors 87Chapter 7: A Case Study 89Systems Landscape 92New Marketing Strategy 93Corporate Culture 95Vehicle Maintenance 97The Billing System 97Strategic Considerations 98Cloud Adoption 99New Reference Architecture 102The Customer Profile Process 102New Service Technology 105The SOA Governance Program Office 107The Enterprise Architecture Board 108A Transformed Enterprise 110APPENDICESAppendix A: Additional Reading for Applying Service-Orientation 117The Eight Service-Orientation Principles 118Standardized Service Contract 119Service Loose Coupling 121Service Abstraction 122Service Reusability 123Service Autonomy 125Service Statelessness 126Service Discoverability 128Service Composability 130The Four Characteristics of SOA 132Business-Driven 132Vendor-Neutral 134Enterprise-Centric 137Composition-Centric 138SOA Design Patterns 140Appendix B: Additional Reading for Planning & Governing Service-Orientation 151The Four Pillars of Service-Orientation 152Teamwork 153Education 153Discipline 153Balanced Scope 154The Seven Levels of Organizational Maturity 156Service Neutral Level 157Service Aware Level 157Service Capable Level 158Business Aligned Level 158Business Driven Level 159Service Ineffectual Level 159Service Aggressive Level 159SOA Governance Controls 160Precepts 160Processes 161People (Roles) 162Metrics 162Appendix C: Additional Reading for Cloud Computing 163Goals and Benefits 164Reduced Investments and Proportional Costs 164Increased Scalability 166Increased Availability and Reliability 167Risks and Challenges 168Increased Security Vulnerabilities 168Reduced Operational Governance Control 168Limited Portability Between Cloud Providers 170Multi-Regional Compliance and Legal Issues 171About the Authors 173Index 179
Other Titles: Concise introduction to service technology and service orientation
Next generation service-oriented architecture
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