Lessons from testing service-oriented architectures

Lessons from testing service-oriented architectures

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Testing services across the applications within a service-oriented architecture (SOA) and assuring the interoperability that is essential to gain the intended return on investment for SOA can be quite difficult. And while open standards languages and protocols such as REST, SOAP, XML, HTTP and others are fostering greater service reuse, the fact remains that SOA testing is still in its infancy.

However, leading companies now have over a decade of experience in testing SOA and this white paper has gathered together eight key lessons that have emerged from their efforts.  By reading this paper, testing and QA teams as well as project managers, developers and architects will learn:

  • How to avoid some of the most common testing pitfalls
  • How to mitigate certain pervasive issues
  • And more!
Vendor:
IBM
Posted:
27 Aug 2012
Published
31 Jul 2012
Format:
PDF
Length:
8 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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