Patterns: Extended Enterprise SOA and Web Services
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Published 19 January 2006
IBM Form #: SG24-7135-00
Authors: Martin Keen, Hong Hua Chin, Chidambaram Ganapathi, David Ghazaleh, Pål Krogdahl, Wendy Neave, Mandeep Sahni, Jacob Thorwart
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) promotes the ability to communicate with external enterprises. But what are the issues in creating these Extended Enterprise communications? This IBM IBM Redbooks publication addresses these issues for Web services implementations of SOA, using the Patterns for e-business.
The Patterns for e-business are a group of proven, reusable assets that can be used to increase the speed of developing and deploying e-business applications. This book focuses on building Extended Enterprise SOA solutions using WebSphere Application Server V6, WebSphere Partner Gateway V6, the Web services gateway component of WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V6, and WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation V5.1.
Part 1 introduces the Patterns for e-business, and describes the patterns and product mappings within this framework for building Extended Enterprise solutions.
Part 2 describes the business scenario used throughout this book, and describes the technologies for implementing an SOA solution.
Part 3 provides a set of Extended Enterprise scenarios that include simple as well as more complex SOA solutions that use an Enterprise Service Bus.
Table of contents
Part 1. Patterns for e-business and Extended Enterprise
Chapter 1. Welcome to this redbook
Chapter 2. Introduction to the Patterns for e-business
Chapter 3. Beyond the enterprise
Chapter 4. Extended Enterprise pattern
Chapter 5. Product descriptions
Chapter 6. Extended Enterprise runtime patterns
Chapter 7. Product mappings
Part 2. Business scenario and guidelines
Chapter 8. Business scenario used in this book
Chapter 9. Technology options
Part 3. Scenario implementation
Chapter 10. Exposed Direct Connection runtime pattern: generic profile
Chapter 11. Exposed Direct Connection runtime pattern: SOA profile
Chapter 12. Exposed Broker runtime pattern: generic profile
Chapter 13. Exposed Router runtime pattern: SOA profile
Chapter 14. Exposed Serial Process runtime pattern: generic profile
Chapter 15. Exposed Serial Process runtime pattern: SOA profile
Appendix A. Additional material
Appendix B. Microsoft .NET Web services
Appendix C. CICS Transaction Server Web services
Appendix D. WSAdmin Automation Platform
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