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SOA Principles of Service Design by Thomas Erl

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Chapter 7. Service Coupling (Intra-Service and Consumer Dependencies)

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7.1 Coupling Explained

7.2 Profiling this Principle

7.3 Service Contract Coupling Types

7.4 Service Consumer Coupling Types

7.5 Service Loose Coupling and Service Design

7.6 Risks Associated with Service Loose Coupling

7.7 Case Study Example

When assembling the pieces of a machine with nuts and bolts, you want to tighten each part just the right amount. If you over-tighten one, you risk stripping the bolt. If you don’t tighten it enough, the machine won’t be robust. Each tightened bolt represents a coupling between two parts.

Along those same lines, we need to pay attention ...

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