Smart SOA Connectivity Patterns: Unleash the Power of IBM WebSphere Connectivity Portfolio

An IBM Redbooks publication

Published 07 September 2011, updated 15 September 2011

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ISBN-10: 0738435988
ISBN-13: 9780738435985
IBM Form #: SG24-7944-00
(442 pages)

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Authors: Virendar Solanki, Joao Emilio Santos Bento da Silva, Shishir Narain, Matt McLarty, Rajan Kumar, Rahul Gupta, Vineet Gupta, Vasfi Gucer, Lingachary Eswarachary, Ulas Cubuk, Peter Broadhurst


This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides you with a path to demystify the complexity of adopting a service-oriented architecture (SOA) approach to integrating applications and services. With an iterative evolution of a fictitious company, which is called ITSO Enterprise, we demonstrate several scenarios about how we can implement an IBM Smart SOA approach that helps ITSO Enterprise to achieve its business goals to be a global interconnected enterprise, one step at a time.

It is not our intention to dive into the extremely technical details of every product or to tell you specific solutions for specific problems, but rather, to advise you about how to look at these problems from a business context perspective and then to provide you with a concise deployment using the IBM WebSphere® Connectivity portfolio of products to easily address them.

This book will be a reference for IT Specialists and IT Architects working on implementing Smart SOA solutions using the IBM WebSphere Connectivity portfolio of products at client sites, as well as for decision makers, IBM employees, IBM Business Partners, and IT Managers.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Service Enablement pattern
Chapter 3. Service Enablement pattern: Enterprise Content Management System
Chapter 4. Service Reuse and Governance pattern
Chapter 5. Message Privacy Enforcement pattern
Chapter 6. Enterprise Messaging and File Backbone pattern
Chapter 7. Evolve to service-oriented architecture (SOA) pattern
Chapter 8. Hybrid Bus pattern
Chapter 9. Conclusion

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