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Service-oriented architecture (SOA) has become a staple of enterprise software development. This book chapter introduces you to the basics of how SOA can help your team develop smart, scalable and secure code.
"100 SOA Questions" brings together authoritative answers to the most crucial questions business, technical and architectural decision-makers ask about SOA. It draws on the immense experience of two SOA experts who've participated in more than 100 SOA projects in the roles of architect, designer, consultant, technical manager and strategist.
Organized to reflect the Open Group's Open Services Integration Maturity Model (OSIMM), this book provides fast, convenient access to information about all facets of SOA planning, implementation, management and utilization.
This book will be an invaluable resource for all executives, architects and practitioners who have just started their SOA journey or are well under way.
In-depth answers to questions about SOA topics such as:
"100 SOA Questions" answers the most critical questions executives and practitioners have about SOA. Kerrie Holley and Dr. Ali Arsanjani draw on their unsurpassed experience from hundreds of SOA projects conducted worldwide.
This excerpt is from the first chapter, "SOA Basics." "100 SOA Questions: Asked and Answered," was co-authored by Kerrie Holley and Ali Arsanjani (Pearson/Prentice Hall Professional; ISBN 0137080204; published Nov 2010.)
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