SOA Modeling Patterns for Service Oriented Discovery and Analysis

Overview

As hot as SOA is today, many business and technologyprofessionals still find it challenging to join together theirvarious methodologies and objectives. What directions should guideyou in identifying new services, analyzing your technologicalcapabilities, and proposing a superior architecture solution? And,how should you model an analysis proposition for a small-scaleproject or a large enterprise initiative?

Author Michael Bell's previous book, Service-Oriented Modeling:Service ...

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Overview

As hot as SOA is today, many business and technologyprofessionals still find it challenging to join together theirvarious methodologies and objectives. What directions should guideyou in identifying new services, analyzing your technologicalcapabilities, and proposing a superior architecture solution? And,how should you model an analysis proposition for a small-scaleproject or a large enterprise initiative?

Author Michael Bell's previous book, Service-Oriented Modeling:Service Analysis, Design, and Architecture, introducedService-Oriented Modeling Framework (SOMF) software developmentmethodology and simple SOA Modeling patterns designed to overcomethe communication barriers between business and ITprofessionals.

Now, Bell continues the conversation with SOA Modeling Patternsfor Service-Oriented Discovery and Analysis. The patterns providedhere offer road-tested analysis, discovery processes, and designsolutions to assist you in devising an Analysis Proposition, amodeling artifact that offers a remedy to business or technologicalconcerns.

Reflecting the author's years of SOA knowledge and experience,this authoritative guide for service-oriented projects offersstraightforward, focused answers to the challenging questions thatcome up during the development process to equip you to:

  • Analyze the problem domain
  • Discover services
  • Analyze services for construction and production
  • Assess service feasibility for deployment
  • Employ the SOA modeling language during the serviceidentification and examination process
  • Identify services and analyze proposed business andtechnological solutions
  • Utilize the SOA modeling patterns and anti-patterns for servicediscovery and analysis

An essential business and technology service-oriented modelingroad map for you—whether you are a manager, architect,modeler, analyst, or a developer—SOA Modeling Patterns forService-Oriented Discovery and Analysis empowers your organizationwith the necessary tools and terminology to develop services thatdeliver the benefits of SOA. This guide also offers implementationand design best practices for Enterprise 2.0. This is the next SOAgeneration that has picked up steam recently. The introducedmodeling language will assist you with developing a powerfulbusiness and technological strategy for SOA Implementations,Virtual Modeling Ventures, and future Cloud Computing Projects.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470481974
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 1/7/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 458
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael Bell is the founder of Methodologies Corporation, a service-oriented architecture-modeling firm. He is a software, modeling, and architecture strategist veteran with twenty-two years of experience in designing, architecting, and building high-volume, real-time trading systems for Wall Street brokerage institutions, investment banking, credit card, and insurance firms, such as JPMorgan, Chase, Citibank, American Express, and UBS PaineWebber. He is the author of Service-Oriented Modeling: Service Analysis, Design, and Architecture and coauthor of Service-Oriented Architecture: A Planning and Implementation Guide for Business and Technology, both published by Wiley.

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Table of Contents

Preface.

Foreword.

 Chapter 1 Introduction.

PART ONE: Service-Oriented Discovery and Analysis Road MapPatterns.

Chapter 2 Vertical Service Discovery and Analysis: PursuingInward and Downward Road Map Patterns.

Chapter 3 Horizontal Service Discovery and Analysis: PursuingUpward and Outward Road Map Patterns.

Chapter 4 Service-Oriented Discovery and Analysis Best PracticesModel: Striving for Balanced Solutions.

PART TWO: Service-Oriented Discovery Patterns.

Chapter 5. Top-Down Business Process-Driven Service DiscoveryPattern.

Chapter 6 Top-Down Attribute-Driven Service DiscoveryPattern.

Chapter 7 Front-to-Back Service Discovery Pattern.

Chapter 8 Back-to-Front Service Discovery Pattern.

Chapter 9 Bottom-Up Service Discovery Pattern.

Chapter 10 Meet-in-the-Middle Service Discovery Pattern.

PART THREE: Service-Oriented Categorization Patterns.

Chapter 11 Service Source Categorization Patterns.

Chapter 12 Service Structure Categorization Patterns.

Chapter 13 Service Contextual Categorization Patterns.

PART FOUR: Service-Oriented Contextual Analysis Process andModeling Patterns.

Chapter 14 Contextual Generalization Analysis Process andModeling Patterns.

Chapter 15 Contextual Specification Analysis Process andModeling Patterns.

Chapter 16 Contextual Expansion Analysis Process and ModelingPatterns.

Chapter 17 Contextual Contraction Analysis Process and ModelingPatterns.

PART FIVE: Service-Oriented Structural Analysis Process andModeling Patterns.

Chapter 18 Structural Analysis and Modeling Principles:Introduction to Service Structural Notation and Modeling.

Chapter 19 Structural Generalization Analysis Process andModeling Patterns.

Chapter 20 Structural Specification Analysis Process andModeling Patterns.

Chapter 21 Structural Expansion Analysis Process and ModelingPatterns.

Chapter 22 Structural Contraction Analysis Process and ModelingPatterns.

Index.

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