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Pro WCF 4: Practical Microsoft SOA Implementation, Second Edition by Nishith Pathak

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Chapter 13. Implementing SOA Interoperability

How do you achieve the "connected systems" ideology that facilitates intelligent, standalone systems communicating with each other using a universal language? Is it practical to assume that one technology will dominate the market? Would that technology promote its proprietary standard as the default communication model? This is highly unlikely and defeats the core principles of SOA. We need to ask how services on heterogeneous platforms will communicate with each other, what interoperability options are available to an enterprise, and how will WCF communicate with these non-Microsoft SOA offerings.

The objective of this chapter is to educate you about non-Microsoft SOA offerings and illustrate how they ...

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