Praise for Understanding SOA with Web Services”This book does the best job of describing not only “where we are” in the timeline of enterprise integration. Get this from a library! Understanding SOA with Web services. [Eric Newcomer; Greg Lomow]. Understanding SOA with Web Services: Eric Newcomer: Greg Lomow and developing a SOA based integration solution using Web services technologies, and.

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We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. Dispatched from the UK in 4 business days When will my order arrive? Home Nnewcomer Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Description The single largest cost of information technology IT systems integration islabor. To reduce cost and improve efficiency, it’s necessary to reducecomplexity, which is the main motivation for the use of Service OrientedArchitecture with Web services.

Why SOAs and Web services? Consensusaround the software industry is that customers are seeking cost-effective fixesfor their integration issues en masse.

SOAs and Web services facilitate that. This book describes the best approach to designing and developing a SOAbased integration solution using Web services technologies, erc describes howa SOA provides a foundation for addressing other IT requirements, such asmulti-channel client access, application interoperability through one servicecalling another service, and business process management through servicecomposition into flows.

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Back cover copy Praise for Understanding SOA with Web Services “This book does the best job of describing not only “where we are” in the timeline of enterprise integration efforts, but also providing strategic guidance for where we need to be.

The authors have worked diligently to break down the integration problem into functional areas, and send you down the path of strategic integration utilizing XML Web Services and Service-Oriented Architecture as the vehicle of choice.


You will love this book! This book meets that need superbly. Where most SOA books focus on integration and architecture basics, Lomow and Newcomer fearlessly dive into these more advanced, yet critical, topics, and provide a depth of treatment unavailable anywhere else.

Although the book is technical in nature, it is surprisingly easy to read and digest. Managers who would like to keep up with the most effective technical strategies will find this book required reading. I didn’t think anyone else could teach me anything more significant about either of them.

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This book surprised me. This book is a must-read for all architects, senior developers, and concerned CTOs. This book is sure to be a must-have lomiw developers and architects looking to take advantage newocmer the coming wave of standards-based, loosely coupled integration. SOA is an organizational principle and Web Service technology is a means to realize enterprise solutions according to this. SOA is the federative concept of nature and efficient societies.

The book is an excellent starting-point to discover the new world of an IT-infrastructure adjusted to efficient business strategies and processes in a global value-add network. Newcomer and Lomow draw from their years of real-world experience ranging from developing Web services standards to hands-on applications.

Renowned experts Eric Newcomer and Greg Lomow offer practical strategies and proven best practices for every facet of SOA planning and implementation. Newcomer and Lomow pick up where Newcomer’s widely read Understanding Web Services left off, showing how to fully leverage today’s latest Web services standards for metadata management, security, reliable messaging, transactions, and orchestration.

Along the way, they present specific approaches and solutions for a wide range of enterprise integration and development challenges, including the largest and most complex.

Table of contents Preface. What’s in the Book. Organization of the Book. What Is Service-Oriented Architecture? SOA and Web Services. Extended Web Services Specifications.

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Overview of Service-Oriented Architecture. Service-Oriented Business and Government.

Line of Business Services. Service Requesters and Service Providers. Approved Products, Technologies, and Facilities. SOA Principles and Guidelines. Technical Benefits of a Service-Oriented Architecture. The Web Services Platform.


Elements of the Web Services Platform. Understxnding Services Platform Principles. Documenting and Defining Service Contracts. Service Discovery-Registration and Lookup. Atomic Services and Composite Services. Generating Proxies and Skeletons from Service Contracts.

Generating Java Classes from Service Contracts. Generating C Classes from Service Contracts. Service-Level Communication and Alternative Transports. A Retrospective on Service-Oriented Architectures. Common Business Drivers for Integration. Architecture for Multi-Channel Access. Business Service Access Tier.

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Basic Business Process Management Concepts. Business Process Management Systems. Defining Atomic and Composite Services.

Orchestration and Choreography Specifications. Comparing Web Services Orchestration and Choreography. Example of Web Services Composition. The Simple Approach to Metadata Management. Comparing the Policy Specifications. Summary of Challenges, Threats, and Remedies. Person in the Middle Soaa. Securing the Communications Layer. Benefits of Reliable Messaging. Usage Scenarios for Reliable Messaging. Web Services Reliable Messaging Specifications. Mobile Workers and Occasionally Connected Computing.

Impact of Web Services on Transactions. The Web Services Coordinator. Greg has 12 years of experience as a consultant and enterprise architect working in the financial services, telecom, and federal servkces sectors designing business applications using service-oriented architecture, developing simulation applications using distributed object technology, and training developers in object-oriented design and programming techniques.

He also worked for eight years as a product manager at Jade Simulations, Level 8 Systems, and IONA Technologies responsible for integration, web services, and middleware products. He completed his Ph. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.