10 SOA Articles
December 31, 2005 Leave a comment
From the mail bag, Fawcette Publications (aka FTPOnline) sent me 10 Articles about SOA today. I’m passing them along for your review (requires free registration with FTPOnline):
Ensuring Business Agility With SOA
Sonic Software’s Gordon Van Huizen examines two new pillars of software architecture, the enterprise service bus (ESB) and event stream processing (ESP), and how you can leverage them to build the next generation of IT infrastructure.
Get Acquainted With SOA and Indigo
Learn about the core principles behind Windows Communication Foundation’s service orientation (SO), so you can better understand and create service-oriented applications with Indigo.
ESB vs. BizTalk Debate Heats Up in Barcelona
At his Enterprise Architect Summit Barcelona session, conference speaker Dave Chappell got into a heated debate with a couple Microsoft guys over core architectural fundamentals.
How SOA Can Benefit From Active EA Models
Learn how ontology-based EA models enable SOA implementations by providing an active registry of business capabilities.
Stories From the Field: Adoptions of SOA and Web Services
Chris Haddad reviews the decisions made by your peers when prioritizing architecture components, adopting specification standards, and selling SOA to business managers.
Developing a Web Services Security Strategy
Develop an effective Web service security strategy. Chris Haddad provides practical information about security risks, product solutions, and implementation.
Integrate SOA Portals With WSE
Use the ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts framework and Web Services Enhancements (WSE) 3.0 to create a successful service-oriented architecture portal.
The Importance of Mediation in a Services Network
As an SOA matures and expands, incompatibilities inevitably emerge. They must be managed to achieve your goals.
5 Web Service Architecture Tenets
Use these guidelines to ensure you build successful Web service architectures.
12 Steps Toward SOA
Emerging patterns might help you understand how to implement SOA.
I’ve posted more articles in my Architecture topic.