The book focuses primarily on the use of free and open source Java Web Services technologies--including Java SE 6 and Java EE 5 tools--but you'll find tips for using commercially available tools as well.
Java SOA Cookbook will help you:
- Construct XML vocabularies and data models appropriate to SOA applications
- Build real-world web services using the latest Java standards, including JAX-WS 2.1 and JAX-RS 1.0 for RESTful web services
- Integrate applications from popular service providers using SOAP, POX, and Atom
- Create service orchestrations with complete coverage of the WS-BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) 2.0 standard
- Improve the reliability of SOAP-based services with specifications such as WS-Reliable Messaging
- Deal with governance, interoperability, and quality-of-service issues
The recipes in Java SOA Cookbook will equip you with the knowledge you need to approach SOA as an integration challenge, not an obstacle.
"The examples are clear, well documented, and well thought out. It's excellent work that I'm sure I'll dig into for answers for at least a few years to come."
—Jason Brittain, Author of "Tomcat: The Definitive Guide"
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Eben Hewitt is a Principal on the architecture team at a multi-billion dollar national retail company, where he has been focused on designing and building their Service Oriented Architecture. He is the author of four previous programming books, several industry articles, and is a contributor to the O'Reilly book 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know.
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Java SOA Cookbook
ISBN: 9780596520724, 740 pages, Book Price: $49.99 USD, £38.50 GBP
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