sponsored by IBM
Posted:  22 Oct 2007
Published:  22 Oct 2007
Format:  PDF
Length:  161  Page(s)
Type:  Book
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
This eBook is intended for readers who are already familiar with service oriented architecture (SOA) and who want to learn about IBM's advice on how to be successful with SOA. It is intended for IT and business professionals involved with adopting SOA within an organization.

In this document, you will read about the following:

  • How an organization should adopt SOA.
  • Approaches for discovering and developing services.
  • IBM's SOA reference architecture.
  • IBM software products for implementing SOA.
  • Guidance on implementing the applications to be deployed into the environment, including the SOA lifecycle and governance.



Author

Bobby Woolf
SOA Solution Designer ,  IBM Corporation
Bobby Woolf earns a living as a member of IBM Software Services for WebSphere, consultants who help customers achieve success with WebSphere products, where he assists clients in developing applications with service oriented architecture. He is an IBM Certified SOA Solution Designer, a co-author of Enterprise Integration Patterns and The Design Patterns Smalltalk Companion (both from Addison-Wesley), has published numerous articles and podcasts at IBM developerWorks and elsewhere, and frequently presents at conferences. He also authors a very popular blog, “WebSphere SOA and J2EE in Practice.”



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