Module 1. Service-Oriented Architecture. Module Overview What Is SOA? The Benefits of SOA Scenarios and Standards Introduction to WCF. Lesson 1: What Is SOA? Challenges in Building Business Applications Objectives of Service-Oriented Architecture What Is a Service? The Pillars of SOA Services Communicate Through Edges. Challenges in Building Business Applications.
In Progress: LEAD Workflow Environment LEAD Service Oriented Architecture Some Discussion Points Complexity of the infrastructure to support LEAD Lesson learned: viable solution where small number of services are persistent; remaining are on-demand Challenges for the system administrators Large scale networks, supercomputers; different for sys.
Web Services and Service Oriented Architecture Thomas Soddemann Delaman Workshop 2004 21 Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) Service Oriented Architecture Web Services CORBA Jini EJB An architecture of software which is composed of services. No Objects Objects Objects Objects Simple WS: No session, no state ( e.g. Shopping Cart realization?
Service-Oriented Architecture Good as Abstraction Component Architecture. Presentation Client-Side Presentation Enterprise Data Store Web Server Load Balancer Traffic Cop Web Server Web Server J2EE Container J2EE Cluster J2EE Container. Title: Microsoft PowerPoint - John Shilling Architecture Presentation.ppt (Read-Only) Author: Rajnish Safe.
FROM THE BUSINESS MOTIVATION MODEL (BMM) TO SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE (SOA) 64 JOURNAL OF OBJECT TECHNOLOGY VOL. 7, NO. 8. A goal-driven service is defined for each business process of the business motivation layer and is composed of a cohesive set of requirements that implement business rules that guide this process.
The SOA Source Book contains material relating to SOA developed by The Open Group for the benefit of enterprise, IT, and product architects. The Open Group works towards enabling access to integrated information within and between enterprises, based on open standards and global interoperability. It is a vendor-neutral and technology-neutral consortium that works with customers, suppliers.
If real life worked like software If real life worked like software Real life: go to the mall Service distribution network Service aggregation and delivery based on user location and needs Software should work like real life Break monolythic applications into reusable services Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Maximize utilization of computing resources Maximize leverage on data and.
The presentation shows how BIAN is laying the foundations of Service Oriented Architecture by developing the building blocks of an SOA for banking, giving a precise meaning to the basic concepts (BIAN metamodel), getting consensus on the overall banking service landscape and its associated object model, and by providing specifications at the semantic level of application services.