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A correctly implemented service-oriented architecture (SOA) is built on flexible and effective business and infrastructure services. This sample chapter from Implementing SOA: Total Architecture in Practice discusses various ways you can integrate those services into your organization's business processes. It looks at service interaction patterns, service access mechanisms, types of access control, service request routing, service composition, and the role of the enterprise architecture group. The book's preface and index are also included.
Title: Implementing SOA: Total Architecture in Practice
Author: Paul C. Brown
Chapter 4: "Using Services"
ISBN-13: 978-0-321-50472-2; copyright 2008 by Addison Wesley Professional. Used with permission of the publisher. For more information, please visit InformIT.
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