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SOA Patterns by Arnon Rotem-Gal-Oz

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Chapter 1. Solving SOA pains with patterns

 

In this chapter
  • What is software architecture
  • What SOA is and isn’t
  • Pattern structure

 

How do you write a book on service-oriented architecture (SOA) patterns? As I pondered this question, it led to many others. Should I explain the context for SOA, or explain the background that’s needed to understand what SOA is? Should I mention distributed systems? Should I discuss when an SOA is needed, and when it isn’t? After much thought, it became apparent to me: a book on SOA patterns should be a practitioner’s book. If you’re faced with the challenge of designing and building an SOA-based system, this book is for you.

You might not even agree with an SOA-based approach, but are forced into using it ...

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