Service Oriented Architecture with Java

Use SOA and web services to build powerful Java applications with this book and eBook

Service Oriented Architecture with Java

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Binildas A. Christudas, Malhar Barai, Vincenzo Caselli

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Book Details

ISBN 139781847193216
Paperback192 pages

About This Book

  • Build effective SOA applications with Java Web Services
  • Quick reference guide with best-practice design examples
  • Understand SOA concepts from core with examples
  • Design scalable inter-enterprise communication 

Who This Book Is For

This book is for Java programmers or architects who are interested in implementing SOA concepts in their applications. Readers should be familiar with Java Enterprise concepts.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Mantra of SOA
Architecture
Application Architecture
Enterprise Computing or Architecture
EA for Managers
EA for Developers
Summary
Chapter 2: Web Services and SOA
The SOA Approach
XML — Advantages and Disadvantages
Introduction to Web Services, RESTful Services, and Other Transport with XML
RPC and Document Based-WS: How to Communicate, Pros and Cons of the Two Approach
Why We Should Use Doc-WS?
Implementations: JAX-WS 2, Axis2, Spring-WS, and XFire/CXF 2.0
Summary
Chapter 3: Web Service Implementations
Web Service Using JAX-WS 2.0
Web Service Using Apache Axis
Web Service Using Spring
Web Service Using XFire
Summary
Chapter 4: Data and Services — All Roads Lead to Enterprise Service Bus
JDO
Data Services
Service Data Objects
Service Component Architecture
Message-Oriented Middleware
Enterprise Service Bus
Summary
Chapter 5: Traditional Integration Technology
Case Study #1 — Based on EAI
Case Study #2 — Based on SOA
Summary
Chapter 6: Goals We Can Achieve with SOA
Loose Coupling
Reusability
Seamless Integration
Return on Investment (ROI)
Summary

What You Will Learn

  • Understand the importance of Client/Server Architecture and Service Oriented Architecture
  • Implement web services with various degrees of complexity and flexibility using Java
  • Learn the major web service platforms available in the Java world, namely JAX WS 2.0, Apache Axis, Spring, and XFire
  • Learn the concepts of SOA Core, the business layer, with the help of case studies and real-world examples
  • Build strong understanding into building effective SOA applications with Java Web Services

In Detail

Service Oriented Architecture provides a way for applications to work together over the Internet. Usually, SOA applications are exposed through web services.

Web services have been around for a while, but complex adoption processes and poor standardization hampered their use at first. However, with the adoption of new, simpler protocols such as REST, and major companies supporting SOA, the time is now right to adopt these standards.

This book will show you how to build SOA, web services-based applications using Java. You will find out when SOA is the best choice for your application, how to design a sound architecture, and then implement your design using Java.

The book covers the important web services protocols: XML-over-HTTP, REST, and SOAP. You will learn how to develop web services at all levels of complexity and for all kinds of business situations.

Authors

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Mantra of SOA
Architecture
Application Architecture
Enterprise Computing or Architecture
EA for Managers
EA for Developers
Summary
Chapter 2: Web Services and SOA
The SOA Approach
XML — Advantages and Disadvantages
Introduction to Web Services, RESTful Services, and Other Transport with XML
RPC and Document Based-WS: How to Communicate, Pros and Cons of the Two Approach
Why We Should Use Doc-WS?
Implementations: JAX-WS 2, Axis2, Spring-WS, and XFire/CXF 2.0
Summary
Chapter 3: Web Service Implementations
Web Service Using JAX-WS 2.0
Web Service Using Apache Axis
Web Service Using Spring
Web Service Using XFire
Summary
Chapter 4: Data and Services — All Roads Lead to Enterprise Service Bus
JDO
Data Services
Service Data Objects
Service Component Architecture
Message-Oriented Middleware
Enterprise Service Bus
Summary
Chapter 5: Traditional Integration Technology
Case Study #1 — Based on EAI
Case Study #2 — Based on SOA
Summary
Chapter 6: Goals We Can Achieve with SOA
Loose Coupling
Reusability
Seamless Integration
Return on Investment (ROI)
Summary

Book Details

ISBN 139781847193216
Paperback192 pages
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