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Author: Uwe Zdun,Carsten Hentrich
ISBN: 1439889295
Language: English
Pages: 347 pages
Category: Programming
Publisher: Auerbach Publications; 1 edition (December 19, 2011)
Rating: 4.1
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Carsten Hentrich, Uwe Zdun. Carsten Hentrich, P. Dr. Uwe Zdun is a professor of software architecture at the University of Vienna.

Carsten Hentrich, Uwe Zdun. is chief technologist at Infosys Germany with a focus on innovative solutions for the German market in the area of remote services, business platforms, e-commerce, and cloud computing. He was director of the IT (Information Technology) Architecture and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) competency groups for Financial Services at CSC Germany. Before that, he worked as an assistant professor at the Vienna University of Technology and the Vienna University of Economics.

Carsten Hentrich, P. is chief technologist at Infosys Germany with a focus on innovative solutions for the German market in the area of remote services, business platforms, e-commerce, and cloud computing

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Process-Driven Soa book. Carsten Hentrich, Uwe Zdun. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Process-Driven SOA: Patterns for Aligning Business and IT supplies detailed guidance on how to design and build software architectures that follow the principles of business-IT alignment.

Moving from a heterogeneous IT landscape with a set of legacy applications to a more flexible SOA-based architecture is a major strategic concern for many large organizations. Infosys has gone through a strategic transformation journey from being a small offshore IT services provider to a respected global consulting and IT services firm focusing on optimizing, transforming, and innovating the business of its clients.

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Uwe Zdun, Carsten Hentrich, Schahram Dustdar. Patterns for business object model integration in process-driven and service-oriented architectures. Six Patterns for Process-Driven Architectures.

Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) provide methods for systems development and integration around .

Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) provide methods for systems development and integration around business processes, packaging these as interoperable services. Process-Driven SOA: Patterns and Practices is a conceptual guide on how to effectively design and build software architectures that follow principles of business-IT alignment. Step-by-step, the authors illustrate the design process using proven patterns that address complex business/technical scenarios, where integrated concepts of SOA, BPM (Business Process Management), and EDA (Event-driven Architecture) are required. Zdun, U. (2012). It illustrates the design process using proven patterns that address complex business/technical scenarios, where integrated concepts of service-oriented architect. WithHentrich Carsten, Zdun Uwe. View abstract.

Process-Driven SOA: Patterns for Aligning Business and IT supplies detailed guidance on how to design and build software architectures that follow the principles of business-IT alignment. It illustrates the design process using proven patterns that address complex business/technical scenarios, where integrated concepts of service-oriented architecture (SOA), Business Process Management (BPM), and Event-Driven Architecture (EDA) are required.

The book demonstrates that SOA is not limited to technical issues but instead, is a holistic challenge where aspects of SOA, EDA, and BPM must be addressed together. An ideal guide for SOA solution architects, designers, developers, managers, and students about to enter the field, the book:

Provides an accessible introduction to basic and more advanced concepts in process-driven SOA Illustrates how to manage the complexities of business aligned IT architectureswith detailed examples and industry cases Outlines a step-by-step design process using proven patterns to address complex business/ technical scenarios Integrates SOA, BPM, and EDA into practical patterns promoting SOA 2.0

Describing how to synchronize parallel enterprise processes, the authors explain how to cope with the architectural and design decisions you are likely to encounter when designing and implementing process-driven SOA systems. The decisions are described in the form of software patterns to provide you with a practical guideline for addressing key problems using time-tested solutions.

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As title of the book express, it is related to SOA and BPM, but have nothing new in both domains. The book explains concepts and solutions which are already in use in real world projects today, not more! All simple concepts get explained multiple times extortionately throughout the book and really is so tedious. There is also many paragraphs that are not consistent with next or previous paragraphs and the normal routine of text.
Book is for beginners in these domains who have no experience in real world projects and unfortunately is composed of overstatements! If you have already familiar with BPM and how to get help from SOA in this domain and you know BPMN and BPEL usage, it will bring nothing to you. Reading this book was waste of time for me, although it could be useful for beginners, especially the text of book is fluent.