Open Source SOA (Paperback)Jeff Davis (author)
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Open Source SOA
shows readers how to build state-of-the-art SOA applications
using freely-available open-source technologies.
You can build a world-class SOA infrastructure entirely using popular, and
mature, open-source applications. Unfortunately, the technical documentation
for most open-source projects focuses on a specific product, the big SOA picture.
You're left to your own devices to figure out how to cobble together a full
solution from the various bits. In other words, unless you already know how
Mule and Tuscany work with jBPM, you're stuck.
Open Source SOA shows readers how to build an entire SOA application using
open-source technologies. It shows readers how to apply key ideas like Enterprise
Service Bus (ESB) design and Business Process Management (BPM) and learn
the tools and techniques to implement them effectively.
To pull everything together, the author describes real-life case studies from his
own work to tie together all the principles and practices. These hard-to-find case
studies are pure gold for the reader, as most developers keep these trade secrets
Theory what SOA really represents
Enablers SOA core technologies
Open-source applications that address the core technology
Best-of-breed open-source solutions
Real-life case studies
SOA is a fact of life for enterprise developers. Open source technologies have
caught up with and in many cases, surpassed their commercial rivals in
terms of power, ease of use, and sophistication. This book shows a Java EE developer
how to apply SOA techniques using the best-of-breed open-sources tools.
Publisher: Manning Publications
Number of pages: 350
Weight: 776 g
Dimensions: 231 x 189 x 22 mm
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