Demystify service orientation and learn how it is transforming distributed computing
Source: Prentice Hall PTR
The fundamental goal of SOA and service orientation is to produce something with repeatable value, long-term benefit, and inherent flexibility for the strategic good of the organization. The greatest obstacle to achieving this goal is a lack of understanding as to what service orientation, as an industry paradigm, really is. In this chapter download from SOA Principles of Service Design, unpack the concept of service orientation. Study the paradigm of service orientation and investigate how it is changing the face of distributed computing.
- Introduction to service orientation
- Problems solved by service orientation
- Challenges introduced by service orientation
- Additional considerations
- Effects of service orientation on the enterprise
- Origins and influences of service orientation
- Case study background
Title: SOA Principles of Service Design
Author: Thomas Erl
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Chapter 4: Service Orientation
ISBN: 0-13-234482-3; Copyright 2008, Prentice Hall. All rights reserved.
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