Service-oriented Architecture (SOA): A Planning and Implementation Guide for Business and Technology by Eric A. Marks, Michael Bell (Hardback, 2006)
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- DescriptionPraise for Service-Oriented Architecture This book provides a superb overview of the SOA topic. Marks and Bell provide practical guidance across the entire SOA life cycle-from business imperatives and motivations to the post-deployment business and technical metrics to consider. With this book, Marks and Bell demonstrate a unique ability to take the complex dynamics of SOA, and through an eloquent set of metaphors, models, and principles, provide an understandable and insightful how-to manual for both technical and business executives. This will become a required handbook for any organization implementing SOA. -Dan Bertrand, Enterprise Techlogy Officer & EDS Fellow, EDS Corporation A fundamental breakthrough in the business and techlogy perspectives of SOA-this book belongs in every software developer, architect, and IT executive library. Marks and Bell demonstrate a creative and practical approach to building complex, service-oriented systems. I especially liked the hands-on perspective brought to multiple aspects of SOA. A must-have guide in the techlogy turbulence of the future. -Ariel Aloni, Chief Techlogy Officer, SunGard Data Management Solutions This outstanding text gets straight to the heart of the matter, cutting through the hyperbole and discussing how to drive real business value through SOA. It will certainly impact my behavior, our governance models, and, subsequently, the successful business outcomes we derive as we continue to embrace SOA. A must-read for battle-scarred SOA veterans and fledgling architects alike. -Christopher Crowhurst, Vice President and Chief Architect, Thomson Learning Too often, SOA has been perceived as 'all about the techlogy'-standards, techlogy stacks, operational monitoring, and the like. In this book, Marks and Bell expand beyond the techlogy to provide a refreshing business-driven perspective to SOA, connecting the dots between business requirements, architecture, and development and operations, and overlaying these perspectives with tried-and-true governance techniques to keep SOA initiatives on track. A must-read for those leading the charge to adopt SOA within their enterprise. -Brent Carlson, Chief Techlogy Officer, LogicLibrary and coauthor of San Francisco Design Patterns: Blueprints for Business Software Marks and Bell have captured a wealth of practical experience and lessons learned in what has become the hottest topic in software development. In this book, they explain in detail what works and what does t, from procedural issues to technical challenges. This book is an invaluable reference for organizations seeking the benefits of SOAs. -Dr. Jeffrey S. Poulin, System Architect, Lockheed Martin and author of Measuring Software Reuse: Principles, Practices, and Ecomic Models One of the last things companies often consider when implementing a business solution such as SOA is the impact on people. Marks and Bell provide an in-depth look at 'what has to change' from a process standpoint to make any SOA implementation a success. A great read for those considering to embark on an enterprise SOA and looking for the right mix of people, process, and products. -Alan Himler, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, LogicLibrary SOA is a complex topic and a complex organizational goal Service-Oriented Architecture: A Planning and Implementation Guide for Business and Techlogy shows you how to plan, implement, and achieve SOA value through its prescriptive approach, joining the business and strategic perspective to the technical and architectural perspective. Applicable to all industries, techlogy platforms, and operating environments, this invative book provides you with the essential strategies to drive greater value from your SOA and realize your business goals.
- Author BiographyERIC A. MARKS is President and CEO of AgilePath Corporation, a service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services solutions firm. He is a software and technology services veteran with eighteen years of experience with firms including PricewaterhouseCoopers, Cambridge Technology Partners, Novell, Electronic Data Systems, StreamServe, Ontos, and Square D Company/Schneider Electric. A business author and frequent speaker on various IT topics, he serves on the Advisory Board of Directors for LogicLibrary, a leading software asset reuse firm. He lectures at Syracuse University's nationally recognized School of Information Studies and is a regular columnist for Computerworld online, Managing Automation magazine, and the industry portal SearchWebServices.com. MICHAEL BELL is the founder of Methodologies Corporation, a service-oriented architecture modeling firm based in New Jersey. He is a software, modeling, and architecture strategist veteran with twenty years of experience designing, architecting, and building high-volume, real-time trading systems for Wall Street brokerage institutions, investment banking, credit card, and insurance firms. These include institutions such as JPMorgan, Chase, Citibank, American Express, and UBS PaineWebber.
- Author(s)Eric A. Marks,Michael Bell
- PublisherJohn Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Date of Publication09/06/2006
- SubjectComputing: Professional & Programming
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
- Content NoteIllustrations
- Weight668 g
- Width161 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine32 mm
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