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Feeling overwhelmed by the buzz about SOA—service oriented architecture? Take heart! Service Oriented Architecture For Dummies, 2nd Edition makes it easy to understand, plan, and implement the latest SOA solutions for your business.
Whether you’re the IT person responsible for developing SOA or the executive who’s trying to get a handle on the concept, Service Oriented Architecture For Dummies, 2nd Edition will help you understand what SOA is, why it’s important, and how you can make the most of it. You’ll find out about the business and financial aspects of SOA, how to decide if you need it, and what it can mean to your bottom line. Discover how to:
Packed with real-life case studies illustrating how SOA has been applied in a variety of industries, Service Oriented Architecture For Dummies, 2nd Edition demystifies one of today’s hottest business tools.
How a movie about minor league hockey became a box office hit-and an international cult classic
Even thirty-odd years after Slap Shot's release, diehard hockey fans can still recite scenes of dialogue by heart, making lines like "putting on the foil" just common argot for the devoted. Yet many may be surprised to learn that the true story behind the making of the film is as captivating as the film itself. In The Making of Slap Shot, veteran sports writer Jonathon Jackson lets fans not only relive just how the film was made, but brings to light surprising facts (i.e., Al Pacino was the first choice for the role of Reggie Dunlop; almost every scene-even the absurd and unbelievable ones-depicts a real life event). With access to those involved in the making of the film, he brings to life some of the magic behind the creation of memorable scenes and characters, especially the Charleston Chiefs, one of the most popular fictional sports teams in history.
Destined to be a collectible and keepsake (along with the jerseys, bobbleheads, and other paraphernalia associated with the film), The Making of Slapshot is a must for fans eager to learn even more about their favorite film.
Understand why SOA is important for business innovation and change
Feeling overwhelmed by the buzz about service oriented architecture? Take heart! This bestselling guide makes it easy to understand what SOA is, why it's important, and how your business can benefit. You'll discover how to create reusable, flexible systems; how IT and management team up to make SOA work; and what SOA means to your bottom line.
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About the Author
Judith Hurwitz (President & CEO), Robin Bloor (Partner & Senior Consultant), Marcia Kaufman (Partner & COO), and Fern Halper (Partner & Senior Data Management Strategist) are executives at Hurwitz & Associates, strategy consultants specializing in data and service management and service oriented architecture. The team works with industry leaders on strategy and planning.
Table of Contents
Part I: Getting Started with SOA.
Chapter 1: Getting to Know SOA.
Chapter 2: Are You Ready for SOA? A Self Test.
Chapter 3: Making Sure SOA Happens.
Chapter 4: SOA Quick Start: Entry Points for Starting the SOA Journey.
Part II: Introducing SOA Basics.
Chapter 5: Understanding Software Architecture.
Chapter 6: Working with Software Components.
Chapter 7: Discovering the Main Components of SOA.
Chapter 8: Playing Fast and Loose: Loose Coupling and Federation.
Chapter 9: The Collaborative Lifecycle of the Business Process.
Part III: Nitty-Gritty SOA.
Chapter 10: (e)Xplaining XML.
Chapter 11: Dealing with Adapters.
Chapter 12: Discovering the Service Broker.
Chapter 13: The Enterprise Service Bus.
Chapter 14: The SOA Service Manager.
Part IV: SOA Sustenance.
Chapter 15: SOA Governance.
Chapter 16: SOA Security.
Chapter 17: Turning Data into Services.
Chapter 18: SOA Software Development.
Chapter 19: The Registry and the Repository.
Chapter 20: Putting Quality into SOA.
Part V: Real Life with SOA.
Chapter 21: Financial Services.
Chapter 22: Government.
Chapter 23: Healthcare.
Chapter 24: Hospitality and Travel.
Chapter 25: Information Services.
Chapter 26: Manufacturing and Distribution.
Chapter 27: Retail.
Chapter 28: Telecommunications.
Chapter 29: Utilities and Energy.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 30: Ten Swell SOA Resources.
Chapter 31: Ten SOA No-Nos.
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