ESB using Message Broker - How to implement SOA

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Technology

 

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Emma L

 

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November 23, 2013

 

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It helps companies implement a service-oriented architecture (SOA), a standards-based framework that enables enterprises to evolve to on demand businesses that integrate data and applications with customers, partners and suppliers. What is SOA? SOA is a concept based on an architectural style that defines an interaction model between three primary parties: the service provider, who publishes a service description and provides the implementation for the service, a service consumer, who can either use the uniform resource identifier (URI) for the service description directly or can find the service description in a service registry and bind and invoke the service The architecture style defining a SOA describes a set of patterns and guidelines for creating loosely coupled, business-aligned services that, because of the separation of concerns between description, implementation, and binding, provide unprecedented flexibility in responsiveness to new business threats and opportunities...
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In a SOA, resources are made available to participants in a value net, enterprise, line of business (typically spanning multiple applications within an enterprise or across multiple enterprises). It consists of a set of business-aligned IT services that collectively fulfill an organization’s business processes and goals...
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