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Succeeding with SOA: Realizing Business Value Through Total Architecture by Paul C. Brown

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Chapter 2

1. Each case study in this book has been drawn from an actual experience with a top global or Fortune 500 company.

Chapter 3

1. Broadly speaking, functional requirements define what the system is supposed to do. All other requirements are typically considered nonfunctional requirements. Nonfunctional requirements specify things like performance (throughput and response time), availability (the percentage of time the system is available to perform work), and security (who is authorized to use the system).

Chapter 4

1. The complete specification for the SOAP protocol can be found at the web site of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) at www.w3.org/TR/soap/.

Chapter 5

1. John Gall's book, Systemantics: How Systems Work and Especially ...

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