Web Services A Technical Introduction (Deitel Developer Series)
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Web Services A Technical Introduction (Deitel Developer Series)

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by Harvey M. Deitel, Paul J. Deitel, B. DuWaldt, L. K. Trees
     
 

Web Services A Technical Introduction

Understand all this:

  • What Web services are and how they work
  • How Web services can reduce costs andincrease efficiency
  • Core Web services technologies:

  • Web-services security: emerging standardsthat can mitigate risk
  • .NET and Java™ (JAXM, SAAJ and JAX-RPC) Web-services

Overview

Web Services A Technical Introduction

Understand all this:

  • What Web services are and how they work
  • How Web services can reduce costs andincrease efficiency
  • Core Web services technologies:

  • Web-services security: emerging standardsthat can mitigate risk
  • .NET and Java™ (JAXM, SAAJ and JAX-RPC) Web-services implementations
  • Web services strategies from MicrosoftSun®, IBM®, HP®, BEA™, and others
  • Web services business models
  • Case studies examining real companiesusing Web services
  • And more...

    The technical professional's complete guide to the business andtechnology of Web services

    Written for IT managers, software developers and business professionals alike, this guide explains thebusiness and technology of Web services. Begin with an explanation of what Web services are, howthey differ from previous computing paradigms and what benefits they offer. Explore Web servicesbusiness models-including B2B and B2C scenarios-and the core standards that enable them:

    Understand the strategies of key industry players, including Microsoft® , Sun® Microsystems, IBM®,Hewlett-Packard and BEA Systems; then move on to detailed treatments of .NET and Java™ Webservices. Learn about Web-services security, the risks involved and the technologies that can secureyour infrastructure. Numerous case studies explain how Web services enable organizations to increaseefficiency, create new revenue streams and interact with customers and business partners moreeffectively. Appendices contain Visual Basic® .NET and Java LIVE-CODE™ implementations of Web-services-based applications.

    Dr. Harvey M. Deitel andPaul J. Deitel are the founders of Deitel & Associates, Inc., the interna-tionallyrecognized IT content-creation and corporate-training organization. Together with theircolleagues at Deitel & Associates, Inc., they have written the successful How to Program Series collegetextbooks that hundreds of thousands of students throughout the world have used to master C,C++, Java, C # , Visual Basic .NET, Perl, Python,

    DEITEL TESTIMONIALS (from Pre-Publication Reviewers)

    "This is a huge topic to tackle with a single volume and I think it doesan excellent job covering all the bases. Even though I¿ve been workingwith Web services for over a year and a half, I learned quite a bit!"-Justin Whitney
    "This book provides a technically focused introduction that strikes agood balance between the implications that Web services have uponbusiness as well as upon technical infrastructures."-Kyle Gabhart
    "I love this book. I have pretty much all the Web services books thathave been released...and so far, I like this one best...actually I pretty much always like theDeitels best...Each chapter is self contained enough that one can use it as a reference book."-Mason Ham

    The DEITEL™ Developer Series is designed for practicing professionals. The series presents focusedtreatments of emerging technologies, including .NET, J2EE™, Web services and more. Each book inthe series contains the same LIVE-CODE™ teaching methodology used so successfully in the Deitels¿How to Program Series college textbooks. The series includes a wide selection of books suitable forthree types of readers:

  • A Technical Introduction: Broad overviews of new technologies for programmers,technical managers and other technical professionals
  • A Programmer's Introduction: Focused treatments of programming fundamentals for practicing programmers and for novices
  • For Experienced Programmers: Detailed treatments of language topics for experiencedprogrammers

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130461353
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
08/28/2002
Series:
Deitel Developer Series
Pages:
544
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.10(d)

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Meet the Author

Harvey M. Deitel is one of the world's leading computer science instructors and seminar presenters, and author of twelve books. Paul J. Deitel has taught programming at many of the world's leading companies. Together, they have written numerous books, and are principals of Deitel & Associates, a leading global training firm.

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I have been functioning in this web services world for the past one plus years. I go through various articles, engaged in real time web services projects etc. This book provides the reader all the in-sight into web services. Web Services is a buzzing word around the software world as a next generation of distributing computing. This well organized book covers all the realistic topics starts with what are web services, need and different business models including B2B, B2C scenarios. It also states how web services are different and advantageous from present technologies and the core web services technologies (XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI) the building blocks of web services. It discuss in detail about the implementation of web services in both .NET and Java. Absolutely, Web Services transfigure the software world, but it has yet to ripe out to use it in enterprise systems. Still web services are maturing. At present, web services are excellent for plain message transaction from one program/application to other. That is Web Services can be used in non-critical applications where security, reliability are not significant. One of the major concerns, we take notice of in Web Services is security. If there's one thing that has slowed the widespread acceptance and implementation of Web Services, it's their lack of security standards, reliability issues and Transaction Processing etc. I take pleasure in reading the Web services Security chapter. It explores all the security issues such as Basic security issues, SSL, XML Signature, XML Encryption, XKMS, SAML, XACML and WS-Security in a comprehensive manner. Appendices contain VisualBasic.NET and Java Live-code implementation of web services based applications. Microsoft and IBM have produced a road map outlining the additional Web Services security specifications along with WS-security. This book explained Microsoft¿s GXA, a series of specifications, which address the various problems faced by the web services in depth along with .NET MyServices, and Mappoint.NET. The two things, I enjoy very much in this book are the employing of abundant case studies and the vast Internet and Web Resources. All the case studies provide the reader a realistic knowledge. The chapters of this book walk around a wide range of recommended reading lists. All these resources help one for further reading.