sponsored by IBM
Posted:  03 Dec 2007
Published:  01 Dec 2007
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
When implementing an SOA, many organizations fail to employ an architecture which compliments their software system style. Ineffective implementation of an SOA limits such organizations ability to expedite the implementation of software systems based on the REST (Representational State Transfer) style. These organizations are subsequently unable to fully realize the benefits offered by an SOA.

This white paper discusses the role SOA appliances play as an infrastructure component to implement SOA solutions based on the REST architecture. Explore how the introduction of SOA appliances as a gateway offers flexibility in design choices which may otherwise be more complex in a software-only design. Learn of the three hierarchical variants of the gateway pattern which allow organizations to build better systems rather than simply solve recurring problems in a given context, including:

  • Secure Gateway Pattern
  • Secure Accelerator Gateway
  • Secure Decorator Gateway

Gateways (Hardware) | Network Appliances | SOA | Software Development Methodologies | Software Development Tools | XML | XML Publishing

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