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Enterprise SOA: Service-Oriented Architecture Best Practices by Dirk Slama, Karl Banke, Dirk Krafzig

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Chapter 9. Infrastructure of the Service Bus

In this chapter, we describe the different elements that constitute an SOA-enabling infrastructure, referred to in the following as a service bus. One of the fundamental principles that this chapter is based upon is the assumption that it is impossible for large organizations to enforce standardization on a single technical architecture. We believe that this is especially true with respect to communication middleware, application platforms, or interface technology. Consequently, this chapter is not about describing specific technical standards for a service bus. Instead, we propose to look at a service bus as a kind of meta bus, which is comprised of the different existing software buses and middleware ...

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