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Enterprise SOA: Service-Oriented Architecture Best Practices (The Coad Series) Taschenbuch – 9. November 2004

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"By delivering SAP's next-generation applications based on a Services-Oriented Architecture, SAP is at the forefront of making Web services work for the enterprise. The Enterprise Services Architecture enables unprecedented flexibility in business process deployment, allowing companies to execute and innovate end-to-end processes across departments and companies, with minimum disruption to other systems and existing IT investments. This strategy comes to life with SAP NetWeaver, which is the technological foundation of the Enterprise Services Architecture. It provides easy integration of people, information, and systems in heterogeneous IT environments and provides a future proof application platform. Enterprise SOA provides readers with the architectural blueprints and SOA-driven project management strategies that are required to successfully adopt SOA on an enterprise level."

—Dr. Peter Graf, SVP Product Marketing, SAP

The SOA principles outlined in this book enable enterprises to leverage robust and proven middleware platforms, including CORBA, to build flexible and business-oriented service architectures. The authors also clearly describe the right strategies for using Model Driven Architecture (MDA) to manage SOA Service Repositories in a platform-independent way, enabling enterprises to better address the problem of heterogeneity at many levels. The Object Management Group was created just to address this central problem of integration in the face of constantly changing heterogeneity and platform churn, so I strongly recommend this book for the bookshelf of every enterprise architect and developer.

—Richard Mark Soley, Ph.D. chairman and chief executive officer, Object Management Group, Inc.

Enterprise SOA provides strategies that help large enterprises to increase the agility of their IT systems—one of the most pressing issues of contemporary IT. Covering both a business and architectural view, these strategies aim to promote the implementation of an IT infrastructure that can serve as a base for the development of truly flexible business processes. This book covers its subject with great profoundness based on real world evidence. It is in the interest of everybody involved with software architecture—particularly for anybody who intends to establish a Service-Oriented Architecture—to read this book.

—Dr. Helge Heß, director Business Process Management, IDS Scheer AG

"...The SOA principles described in this book are the foundation on which enterprises can build an IT architecture that will satisfy today's most important IT requirements—agility and flexibility—at affordable costs..."

—Martin Frick, Head of IT, Winterthur Group

Providing the roadmap for delivering on the promise of Service-Oriented Architecture

Enterprise SOA presents a complete roadmap for leveraging the principles of Service-Oriented Architectures to reduce cost and risk, improve efficiency and agility, and liberate your organization from the vagaries of changing technology.

  • Benefit from the lessons of four enterprise-level SOA case studies from Credit Suisse, Halifax Bank of Scotland, and other world-class enterprises
  • Make your business technology independent and manage infrastructure heterogeneity by focusing on architecture, not specific implementation techniques
  • Recognize the technical and nontechnical success factors for SOA in the enterprise
  • Define and communicate the economic value proposition of an SOA
  • Apply pragmatic design principles to solve the problems of data and process integrity in an SOA environment

Whether you're a manager, architect, analyst, or developer, if you must drive greater value from IT services, Enterprise SOA will show you how—from start to finish.

About the Authors

DIRK KRAFZIG, KARL BANKE, and DIRK SLAMA have many years of experience in enterprise IT, including project management and distributed system design for large-scale projects. This book subsumes the knowledge of Service-Oriented Architectures that they have acquired since 1998, when they made their first steps toward this new architecture paradigm.

About the Web Site

Web site www.enterprise-soa.com, provides a variety of supplemental material, including: articles, examples, and additional case studies.


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About the Authors Dirk Krafzig

Dirk has been dealing with the challenges of enterprise IT and distributed software architectures throughout his entire working life. He devoted himself to SOA in 2001 when he joined Shinka Technologies, a start-up company and platform vendor in the early days of XML-based Web services. Since then, Dirk has acquired a rich set of real world experience with this upcoming new paradigm both from the view point of a platform vendor and from the perspective of software projects in different industry verticals.

Writing this book was an issue of personal concern to him as it provided the opportunity to share his experiences and many insights into the nature of enterprise IT with his readers.

Today, Dirk is designing enterprise applications and managing projects, applying the guiding principles outlined in this book. Dirk has a Ph.D. in Natural Science and an MSc in Computer Science. He lives in Düsseldorf, Germany, and is 39 years old, married, and the father of two children.

Karl Banke

Software architecture has been with Karl since he programmed his first TRON-like game on the then state-of-the art ZX81 in the early 1980s. After graduating as a Master of Physics, he gained his commercial experience in various consulting assignments, mostly in the financial and telecommunications sector.

He moved through stages of consultant, technical lead, software architect, and project manager using a variety of object-oriented technologies, programming languages, and distributed computing environments. Soon realizing that he was too constrained as an employee in doing what he thought necessary in software development, he co-founded the company iternum in 2000, where he currently acts as a principal consultant and general manager.

Karl permanently lives in Mainz, Germany when not temporarily relocated by a current project.

Dirk Slama

Having spent the last ten years at the forefront of distributed computing technology, Dirk has developed an in-depth understanding of enterprise software architectures and their application in a variety of industry verticals. Dirk was a senior consultant with IONA Technologies, working with Fortune 500 customers in Europe, America, and Asia on large-scale software integration projects. After this, Dirk set up his own company, Shinka Technologies, which successfully developed one of the first XML-based Web services middleware products, starting as early as 1999.

Dirk holds an MSc in computer sciences from TU-Berlin and an MBA from IMD in Lausanne. He is a co-author of Enterprise CORBA (Prentice Hall, 1999), the leading book on CORBA-based system architectures. Dirk is currently working as a solution architect for Computer Sciences Corporation in Zurich, Switzerland.

Contact: authors@enterprise-soa.com

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  • Herausgeber ‏ : ‎ Prentice Hall; 1. Edition (9. November 2004)
  • Sprache ‏ : ‎ Englisch
  • Taschenbuch ‏ : ‎ 418 Seiten
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0131465759
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0131465756
  • Abmessungen ‏ : ‎ 17.6 x 2.41 x 22.81 cm
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When I wrote my first book in 2004, I didn’t know that it would become the main driver of my whole professional life. I was downright astounded by the immense response to ‘Enterprise SOA’ – the very first book on this topic. We never expected that it would turn into a movement that influenced an entire generation of IT architects. The topic of the book revolved around Enterprise IT Architecture. It suggested coarse-grained data-oriented building blocks that organisational units should be built around. Those building blocks were meant to function as construction material for IT landscapes. I was overwhelmed by the fact that we had shaped a concept that dominated large areas of business IT for more than a decade — and I still am today.

For many years, I worked on forming and educating architecture teams through seminars and coaching sessions, as well as governance and process handbooks. I also gave companies the much-needed insight into functional standardisation and the development of domain models. I consolidated and migrated ERP and payment solutions in global companies and – as a side effect – I was able to install and secure technical infrastructures, application server landscapes and, in particular, ESBs (enterprise services bus). Over the years, I have assessed countless SOA initiatives, mainly advising companies to take a specific look at their business architecture and governance. In my day-to-day work as a consultant I experienced how our principles were applied by different companies. I learnt that organisational, political and social aspects are, by far, more relevant for the success of service initiatives than any technology.

Therefore, in 2009 the idea for a new book began to take root in response to my practical experience. I was inspired by many discussions with my friend, Manas Deb, who actually came up with the book title ‘Turning over the Pyramids’. We tossed around many interesting ideas at the intersection of IT and business to create rules that would lead enterprises to more rapid success. For some time our book project advanced slowly.

In 2011, I finally developed the idea of four-page chapters, accompanied by a comic strip. I wanted the book to be extremely convenient to read – imagining reading it on a lazy Sunday or over a long-haul flight. My aim was to make the key messages immediately applicable in practice. I knew content like this would require great authority, so I started recruiting guest authors who would contribute to the book. I also knew that the book concept would need a gifted graphic designer who would be able to boil down complex ideas to ‘emotion on paper’. Kumi came on board and accompanied all the twists and turns of the book’s plot until the launch of the final manuscript.

Again, the project advanced slowly until in 2015 the book idea was mature enough for me to launch its actual development. In the meantime I had become encouraged by the digital wave, reading many engaging articles that showed me: companies were doing things right. We changed the title to ‘Digital Enterprise’, then later on to ‘Digital Cookbook’ and gave the book the final slight change in direction.

I was very enthusiastic at the time because I felt that we had all the ingredients for an outstanding book. This was about the time when Martin Frick joined our team as the third author. He insisted on an even more consistent storyline and gave the book the final structure. As the cherry on top, Martin contributed an executive’s touch. He brought into play a rigid approach to project management that he made me put into action. The final member of the creative team was Dietmar, who became responsible for the storyboard of the comic strips and who created a fantastic storyline. He filled the gap between the rationality of the text and the emotions of the comic.

Writing this book became an astonishing experience. In the process of creating what was meant to offer advice to others, we as authors gained enriching new insights during many lively discussions. By reviewing the key messages, we carved out the value of the book chapter by chapter.

I came to believe that being ‘digital’ must unavoidably have a direct impact on a business in the first place. It must go straight to the question of what the benefit for the customer and for the company could be. Secondly, digitalisation must also be beneficial to the people who deliver it. As processes and company decisions become more transparent, the term ‘we’re all in the same boat’ becomes verifiable. Thirdly, I believe that digitalisation blurs the demarcation line between private and professional life without having to choose one or the other. The decision whether to fight against this change or to engage in shaping it positively is upon us — not only as individuals, but also in enterprises and as a society.

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