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excellent point of view,
Rezension bezieht sich auf: SOA in Practice: The Art of Distributed System Design (Taschenbuch)
This book is written from a vendor neutral perspective and introduces SOA from business view and technical view as well. Statements are based on real-life experiences and real-life examples. The concepts in SOA like Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), Message Exchange Patterns, Model-Driven Service Development and SOA Governance are well discussed. The book exists of 20 chapters; one chapter is about Web Services which is an indicator for "SOA is not JABOWS (Just a Bunch of Web Services)". There is a well written discussion about loose coupling, mediation (which is a part of loose coupling) and SOA vs. OO. Unfortunately, there are no chapter about the Enterprise Service Repository (ESR) and semantics (which becomes an important part in SOA). Finally, there are well selected references (e.g. Dirk Krafzig and Thomas Erl) and a very good overview of SOA in this book.