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SOA: Principles of Service Design (The Prentice Hall Service-Oriented Computing Series from Thomas Erl) (Hardcover)

by: Thomas Erl

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Publisher: PRENTICE HALL,13.07.07

Category: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Level:

ISBN: 0132344823
ISBN13: 9780132344821

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The Definitive Guide to Service Design for SOA

The key to succeeding with service-oriented architecture (SOA) is in comprehending the meaning and significance of its most fundamental building block: the service. It is through an understanding of service design that truly "service-oriented" solution logic can be created in support of achieving the strategic goals associated with SOA and service-oriented computing. Bestselling SOA author Thomas Erl guides you through a comprehensive, insightful, and visually rich exploration of the service-orientation design paradigm, revealing exactly how services should and should not be designed for real-world SOA.

This book's in-depth coverage includes:

- Over 240 full-color illustrations
- A concise introduction to SOA and service-oriented computing concepts and benefits
- A thorough exploration of the service-orientation design paradigm as represented by eight specific design principles
- A comparison of service-oriented and object-oriented concepts and principles and a clear definition of what qualifies as "service-oriented" logic
- Detailed coverage of four different forms of service-related design granularity
- An exhaustive examination of service contracts, with an emphasis on standardization, abstraction, and the utilization of WS-Policy, XML Schema, and WSDL definitions
- A comprehensive study of various forms of service-related coupling with an emphasis on the requirements to attaining a suitable level of loose coupling.
- An inside look into how commercial design approaches are incorporated to achieve truly agnostic and reusable service logic
- Techniques for maximizing service reliability, scalability, and performance by instilling high levels of autonomy and emphasizing stateless design
- Approaches for positioning services as highly discoverable and interpretable enterprise resources
- Unprecedented coverage of how to design services for participation in complex compositions
- The definition of concrete links between each design principle and the strategic goals and benefits of SOA and service-oriented computing
- Numerous cross-references to key design patterns documented separately in SOA: Design Patterns

www.soabooks.com supplements this book with a variety of resources, including content updates, corrections, and sample chapters from other books. www.soaspecs.com provides further support by establishing a descriptive portal to industry specifications referenced in all of the series titles. www.soaglossary.com establishes a master glossary for all SOA titles in this series.






Chapter 1: Overview
Chapter 2: Case Study Background

Part I: Fundamentals
Chapter 3: Service-Oriented Computing and SOA
Chapter 4: Service-Orientation
Chapter 5: Understanding Design Principles

Part II: Design Principles
Chapter 6: Service Contracts (Standardization and Design)
Chapter 7: Service Coupling (Intra-Service and Consumer Dependencies)
Chapter 8: Service Abstraction (Information Hiding and Meta Abstraction Types)
Chapter 9: Service Reusability (Commercial and Agnostic Design)
Chapter 10: Service Autonomy (Processing Boundaries and Control)
Chapter 11: Service Statelessness (State Management Deferral and Stateless Design)
Chapter 12: Service Discoverability (Interpretability and Communication)
Chapter 13: Service Composability (Composition Member Design and Complex Compositions)

Part III: Supplemental
Chapter 14: Service-Orientation and Object-Orientation: A Comparison of Principles and Concepts
Chapter 15: Supporting Practices
Chapter 16: Mapping Service-Orientation Principles to Strategic Goals

Appendix A: Case Study Conclusion
Appendix B: Process Descriptions
Appendix C: Principles and Patterns Cross-Reference

About the Author

Thomas Erl is the world's top-selling SOA author, the Series Editor of the Prentice Hall Service-Oriented Computing Series from Thomas Erl, and Editor of The SOA Magazine.

With over 60,000 copies in print, his first two books, Service-Oriented Architecture: A Field Guide to Integrating XML and Web Services and Service-Oriented Architecture: Concepts, Technology, and Design have become international bestsellers and have been formally endorsed by senior members of major software organizations, such as IBM, Sun, and Microsoft.

Thomas is also the founder of SOA Systems Inc. (www.soasystems.com), a company specializing in SOA training and strategic consulting services with a vendor-agnostic focus. Through his work with standards organizations and independent research efforts, Thomas has made significant contributions to the SOA industry, most notably in the areas of service-orientation and SOA methodology.

Thomas is a speaker and instructor for private and public events, and has delivered many workshops and keynote speeches. For a current list of his workshops, seminars, and courses, see www.soatraining.com.

Papers and articles written by Thomas have been published in numerous industry trade magazines and Web sites, and he has delivered Webcasts and interviews for many publications, including the Wall Street Journal.

For more information, visit www.thomaserl.com.