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Previous blog post, we had an introduction to SOA. In this post let’s find out how we can apply SOA in our enterprise solution.
In theory we have Eight Deign Principles which we need to follow in Service Oriented Design Model.
When we apply SOA with the above design principles we can observe the below characteristics in our enterprise solution
In-addition our SOA solution can be one from the following types;
Service Architecture: Architecture of a single service
Service Inventory Architecture: Architecture that supports a collection of related services that are independently standardized and governed
Service Composition Architecture: Architecture of a set of services assembled in to service composition
Service Oriented Enterprise Architecture: Final outcome which is the Architecture of an Enterprise
High level positing of those types are shown in the below diagram
Now we have a clear idea about the design principles, SOA characteristics and four types. In the next post let’s further discuss about Service , Service Inventory and Service Composition.
- Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA): Concepts, Technology, and Design by Thomas Erl
- Next Generation SOA: A Concise Introduction to Service Technology & Service-Orientation by Leo Shuster; Thomas Erl; Clemens Utschig; Hajo Normann; Bernd Trops; Berthold Maier; Clive Gee; Pethuru Chelliah; Jürgen Kress