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Implementing SOA: Total Architecture in Practice by Paul C. Brown

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Chapter 17. Transport

At this point in developing your architecture you have explored the business processes, proposed the high-level system architecture components, and identified all participant interactions that are required. Now it is time to turn your attention to the mechanics of the interactions. You need to determine all of the transports that will be required for communications, from carrier pigeon to high-speed data networks. You need to determine the physical nature of all content, from paper to electronic data structures. You need to determine the form that the content will take, from the spoken word to an XML representation of a purchase order. And you need to determine the event that the arrival of the content represents, whether ...

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