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SOA Governance in Action: REST and Web Service Architectures by Jos Dirksen

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Chapter 3. Using a case study to understand SOA governance

This chapter covers

  • A case study used to explain SOA governance
  • The stakeholders and how they define policies
  • The services used to demonstrate how to apply policies
  • An overview of the policies defined by the stakeholders

In this chapter we’ll look at a fictional company named OpenGov. This company, like most companies, has many different departments, each with its own goals and requirements. I’ll use this company, its products and services, and the different stakeholders to explain why you need SOA governance and how you can apply it.

The following sections will each show a specific part of the OpenGov organization. We’ll start by looking at how the company is organized. This will ...

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