This appendix lists all the references mentioned or cited in this book. I certainly do not claim that this is a comprehensive list of SOA references, but these references were important for me and my book.

Web sites are typically more volatile than books and articles, so the Internet links listed here may not be valid in the future. For this reason, I will maintain this list on the book’s web site (I expect this site to be stable):

[ActiveBPEL] ActiveBPEL Open Source Engine Project.

[Allen06] AllenPaul. 2006. Service Orientation: Winning Strategies and Best Practices. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

[Bartonitz05] BartonitzMartin. 2005. “BPMS, BPML, BPEL, BPMN, WMS, XPDL, . . . ‘Alles so schön bunt hier’” (in German).

[Bartonitz06] BartonitzMartin. 2006. “Wachsen die BPM- und Workflow-Lager zusammen?” (in German).

[BassClementsKazman03] Bass, Len, Paul Clements, and Rick Kazman. 2003. Software Architecture in Practice, Second Edition. Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley.

[BloombergSchmelzer06] BloombergJason and Ronald Schmelzer. 2006. Service Orient or Be Doomed!: How Service Orientation Will Change Your Business. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

[Booch06] BoochGrady. 2006. Blog for March 2006, "SOA Best Practices," March 11, 2006.

[BPDM] Business Process Definition Metamodel (BPDM) ...

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