Building SOA Solutions Using the Rational SDP
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Published 04 April 2007, updated 14 May 2008
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Authors: Ueli Wahli, Lee Ackerman, Alessandro Di Bari, Gregory Hodgkinson, Anthony Kesterton, Laura Olson, Bertrand Portier
This IBM Redbooks publication explains the concepts and practice of developing service-oriented architecture (SOA)-based solutions using the IBM Rational Software Delivery Platform (SDP). It uses the latest version of IBM Rational Unified Process (RUP) that includes service-oriented modeling and architecture (SOMA) content from IBM Global Business Services.
This book aims to help practitioners that are working on SOA-based projects. Practitioners can learn the core concepts behind SOA as well as how to use the tooling to automate the tasks involved in developing SOA-based solutions.
The main thread of this book takes business requirements, business architecture, and existing assets as input, and derives the elements of a service-oriented architecture that are needed to realize the business requirements. The book covers architecture in detail, and shows how the architecture is realized through service identification, specification, realization, implementation, and testing. The book is organized around a practical example case study and provides tool and process guidance as well as additional references around key topics.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. JK Enterprises case study
Chapter 3. SOA governance
Chapter 4. Architecture and design
Chapter 5. Process and methods
Chapter 6. Modeling and tools
Chapter 7. Business modeling
Chapter 8. Requirements
Chapter 9. Service and design model work products
Chapter 10. Service identification
Chapter 11. Service specification
Chapter 12. Service realization
Chapter 13. Service implementation
Chapter 14. Service testing
Chapter 15. Creating reusable assets
Chapter 16. Pattern-based engineering with Rational Software Architect
Appendix A. Additional material
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