Patterns: SOA Foundation Service Creation Scenario
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Published 11 September 2006, updated 18 September 2006
IBM Form #: SG24-7240-00
Authors: John Ganci, Amit Acharya, Jonathan Adams, Paula Diaz de Eusebio, Gurdeep Rahi, Diane Strachan, Kanako Utsumi, Noritoshi Washio
This IBM IBM Redbooks publication provides an introduction to the IBM SOA Foundation, and includes a detailed implementation example for the Service Creation scenario.
Part 1. "Getting started with IBM SOA Foundation,” includes an introduction to SOA from a business and architecture perspective. We describe the key elements of the IBM SOA Foundation, including the SOA life cycle, logical architecture, and SOA scenarios. Next we describe the Service Creation scenario in more detail since this is the focus of book example. We describe best practices and guidelines for SOA. In addition, we include a process for applying the SOA scenarios and patterns.
Part 2 "Service Creation scenario example,” provides an end-to-end working example representative of the Service Creation scenario. We start by modeling the business requirements of a fictitious car rental company that has an existing J2EE based application. We demonstrate how to identify services using SOMA, and use a process for applying the SOA scenarios and reusable patterns to accelerate the creation of a solution architecture. The remaining chapters provide the implementation details to assemble using Rational Application Developer V6.0.1, deploy using WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V6.0.2, and manage the solution using Tivoli Composite Application Manager for SOA V6.0.
Table of contents
Part 1. Getting started with IBM SOA Foundation
Chapter 1. Introduction to service- oriented architecture
Chapter 2. IBM SOA Foundation
Chapter 3. Service Creation scenario
Chapter 4. Best practices for SOA
Chapter 5. Process for applying SOA scenarios and patterns
Chapter 6. Patterns for the Service Creation scenario
Part 2. Service Creation scenario example
Chapter 7. Business scenario and solution architecture
Chapter 8. Assemble application with Rational Application Developer
Chapter 9. Implement the runtime environment
Chapter 10. Deploy application to WebSphere Application Server
Chapter 11. Walkthrough the application
Chapter 12. Manage and monitor services with ITCAM for SOA
Part 3. Appendixes
Appendix A. Role descriptions
Appendix B. IBM product descriptions
Appendix C. Troubleshooting tips
Appendix D. Web Services Security
Appendix E. Additional material
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