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by Waseem Roshen


Using straightforward explanations and code samples, SOA-Based Enterprise Integration explains how to. .

Using straightforward explanations and code samples, SOA-Based Enterprise Integration explains how to deploy service-oriented connectivity solutions that fit your organization's needs.

The Good: This book contains a decent overview of SOA components and does tie them together in a good overall picture

Read the first 7 chapters - not much new, but thorough and well written. So far I thought this book was pretty good. The Good: This book contains a decent overview of SOA components and does tie them together in a good overall picture. The Bad (part I): This book was written by an IBM Senior Architect. The forward was written by an IBM Fellow.

Services Oriented Architectures present many challenges today in the integration of existing systems and new . is a senior IT architect in the Enterprise Architecture and Technology Center of Excellence at IBM. Leer más.

Services Oriented Architectures present many challenges today in the integration of existing systems and new systems, along with many times, old legacy mainframe applications. This book successfully addresses many of the complexities we see in the integration of SOA and mainframe legacy applications, presenting options and approaches to integrate the applications with the rest of the enterprise. The author takes a clearly defined pattern-based approach discussing the advantages, tools and methods.

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oceedings{, title {SOA-Based Enterprise Integration: A Step-by-Step Guide to Services-based Application}, author {Waseem Roshen}, year {2009} }. Waseem Roshen. Foreword by Ray Harishankar, IBM Fellow "There are many books on the market on the topic of SOA and SOA's business and technology value. This book focuses on one of the key technical values of SOA and does an excellent job of describing SOA-based application integration by clarifying the relationship and patterns of SOA with other integration technologies in a distributed computing environment. The author takes a clearly defined pattern-based approach discussing the advantages, tools and methods

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This book successfully addresses many of the complexities we see in the integration of SOA and mainframe legacy applications, presenting options and approaches to integrate the applications with the rest of the enterprise.

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Ausstan
Great book providing the evolution of enterprise integration tools starting from RPC, DCOM, CORBA for distributed applications, to modern application servers and SOA tools. I gained a good understanding of how such tools are deployed to address integration issues among enterprise COTS tools and environments so that tools and technologies from diverse vendors can co-exist in an enterprise.
Freaky Hook
As a developer currently working on an integration between a mainframe system and distributed Java applications I find this book to be incredibly relevant and well written. This is a great book for enterprise level integration in general and focuses on the use of ESBs. There are great examples in the book between client/server programming in Java and C (the author likes to mix it up), XML Schema design, SOAP envelopes, creating WSDL documents and much more. I think this is a great read for anyone who is working at an enterprise level that is going through integration work just as I am.

Definite 5 stars.
Risa
Read the first 7 chapters - not much new, but thorough and well written. So far I thought this book was pretty good.

Then I came to chapter 8 Enterprise Service Bus and noticed how pro-IBM it was. Sentences like "The most powerful ESB available today is IBM's websphere Message Broker" and "Of, course, IBM has the most complete and comprehensive product line in the area of connectivity line", got me thinking if I can trust what's written in the book. If you know anything about ESBs you probably know that these statements are very debatable. Read gartners opinion for example

The book would have got better rating if it was platform agnostic. I don't want to pay money to reading IBM marketing.
Sagda
I'm reading this book for a course. I'd give it a higher rating except that it's so IBM biased it's ridiculous. This is made worse by the fact that i don't like IBM.
Kitaxe
Before buying the book, I read 2-star as well as 5-star reviews. I've read a sizable portion of the book already. As a serious practitioner in the industry, I will recommend this book to all practitioners. Depending on your situation and the project, it may satisfy your needs to quite a high level.

Integration is a subject not widely covered. Particularly, Services-oriented integration (SOI). This book does a pretty good job overall.
Gholbirdred
Author walks you through different patterns used to integrate over a period of time, discusses the pros and cons of every pattern. It helps understand how SOA addresses many integration related challenges. I like it.
fetish
When I first looked at this book (after opening the package from Amazon), I thought it would be perfect... it's not a hefty 1000-page cookbook... and seemed like it would be just the perfect level of detail to rein in the broad topics into something coherent. In fact, the book does a decent job with the overall picture, but has some major flaws in style, presentation, and bias that renders it a groggy, often un-informing, experience. I stuck with it, because I had no alternative at hand, and a tight timeframe, so I can speak as a reviewer that has actually read the book.

The Good: This book contains a decent overview of SOA components and does tie them together in a good overall picture.

The Bad (part I): This book was written by an IBM Senior Architect. The technical editor for the book is an IBM Architect. The forward was written by an IBM Fellow. The back cover contains endorsements from two IBMers, one of which is the VP for WebSphere Marketing. Much of the book contains unbiased information on industry standards. However, much of the rest of the book is an over-the-top promotion of IBM products. For example, the capstone of this work is the chapter on Enterprise Service Bus. This chapter reads like glossy marketing literature for IBM products at best and like an informertial at worst. That chapter is only 30 pages long, but uses the word "WebSphere" 24 times by my count. Conversely, the non-IBM Weblogic is mentioned exactly 0 times in the same chapter, and rarely throughout the rest of the book. This book calls IBM's WESB "the prime example" of an application server based ESB and goes on to list, in bulletized form, its "features and advantages". In another section, the author states, "IBM offers the most complete product lines in this area."

The Bad (part II): This book is poorly presented. It can't decide if it is a 40,000 ft overview or a detailed description of various technologies. For example, SOAP is covered in 22 short pages. That's obviously not enough for anything more than an explanation of what it is, how it is used, why it's good, and a few examples. Yet the author tries to dive into the structure of a SOAP message to the point of who-cares detail for a book like this. In the 22 pages covering SOAP, for example, the author states FIVE TIMES that if the header element is present, it must precede the body element.

In addition, the author uses a highly verbose and repetitive style. It often seems that about 20% of the book is either telling you what it's going to tell you or telling you what it's already told you. The book could have contained the same amount of useful information in about 200 pages. This overly verbose and repetitive style gives the book a sense that the author, a PhD, does not know how to communicate effectively with lesser intellects and frequently overshoots his simplification. The result is that the work often, but inconsistently, reads a bit like a "for dummies" type of book.
I bought the book thinking that book's title will actually be expanded further in the book. Nope. After reading first few chapters, I felt like I went back 15 years in technology. I would recommend to read other SOA books (one by Thomas Erl is good). Planning to return the book.
SOA-Based Enterprise Integration: A Step-by-Step Guide to Services-based Application ebook
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Waseem Roshen
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McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (June 11, 2009)
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