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The book, An Implementor’s Guide to Service Oriented Architecture: Getting it Right, explores SOA related topics ranging from design services, registries and repositories, to runtime management, and organizing for success. The book includes insight offered by AmberPoint, BearingPoint, Composite Software, MomentumSI, and Progress Software. Purchase your copy from Amazon.com.
If you are interested in a preview of the book, download Chapter 4 entitled, Enterprise Service Buses. This chapter was written by Hub Vandervoort, CTO, Progress Software. In this chapter,
Hub talks about the ESB, a messaging-based communications backbone for SOA infrastructure. He also shares his collective experience of working with over 300 ESB end-users, and summarizes the styles and applications of ESB technology. More importantly, the secret to ESB success—captured in the synopsis he has dubbed
the "seven points of mediation"—is revealed to illuminate why all ESBs are not created equal, and provides practical advice about how to be successful using an ESB in your SOA initiatives.
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