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So, we can see that the Web services standards, both the core and extended specifications, contribute significantly to the ability to create and maintain service-oriented architectures on which to build new enterprise applications These applications are often called composite applications because they work through a combination of multiple services We've seen that SOA is not an end in itself but a preparation for a longer journey It's a set of maps and directions to follow that lead to a better IT environment It's a blueprint for an infrastructure that aligns IT with business, saves money through reuse of assets, rapid application development, and multi-channel access Web services have had an initial success with the core standards and are now on to the next step in the journey, which is to define extended features and functions that will support more and more kinds of applications Service orientation provides a different perspective and way of thinking than object orientation It's as significant a change as going from procedure-oriented computing to object-oriented computing Services tend toward complementary rather than replacement technology, and are best suited for interoperability across arbitrary execution environments, including object oriented, procedure oriented, and other systems
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Part I: SOA and Business Process Management Concepts
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Part I introduces the major concepts of service, service-oriented architecture (SOA), and business process management (BPM) This part of the book describes how to develop and implement SOA and BPM solutions using Web services: Addressing the main reasons for investing in an SOA, including rapid integration, multi-channel access, and automated business process management Focusing on the business and technical benefits of services and service orientation that underpin IT agility Defining and detailing the features and capabilities of the Web services platform upon which SOA, BPM, and other solutions are built Introducing Web services orchestration and choreography, including examples of the WS-BPEL and WS-CDL specifications Describing how SOA- and BPM-based solutions can be implemented using Web services specifications, including the extended specifications described in Part II Although Web services technologies provide the ideal platform for SOA-based solutions, including BPM, we also identify where and how the Web services platform does not yet provide a complete solution
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2 Overview of Service-Oriented Architecture
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The notion of services is deeply rooted in the business world Service orientation is an organizational principle that applies to business and government as well as to software The best place to start when trying to gain a better understanding of service-oriented architecture (SOA) is to review the types of services that businesses and governments provide to customers, clients, citizens, and partners, and how they provide them
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Every business and government organization is engaged in delivering services Here are some examples: Bank Savings accounts, checking accounts, credit cards, safety deposit boxes, consumer loans, mortgages, credit verification Travel agency Holiday planning, business travel, travel insurance, annual summary of business travel expenditures Insurance agency Car insurance, home insurance, health insurance, accident assessment Retail store In-store shopping, online shopping, catalog shopping, credit cards, extended warranties, repair services Lawyer's office Legal advice, escrow services, will preparation, business incorporation, bankruptcy proceedings Hospital Emergency medical care, in-patient services, out-patient services, chronic pain management Department of transportation Driver testing and licensing, vehicle licensing, license administration, vehicle inspections and emissions testing Department of human services Benefits disbursement and administration, child support services and case management Police department Law enforcement, community education These services are delivered in a variety of ways The three most common approaches to service delivery are: Human-mediated delivery A human agent acting on behalf of the business or government agency is involved in delivering some or all of the service to the customer, client, citizen, or partner Self-service delivery The customer, client, citizen, or partner obtains the service on her own, typically using an automated system provided by the business or government agency System-to-system service delivery The service is performed automatically for the customer, client, citizen, or partner by the business or government agency and usually involves automated interactions among two or more computer systemsexamples include automated check deposit and business-to-business (B2B) exchanges Figure 2-1 illustrates the service-oriented business A single service can be delivered using one or more service delivery approaches For example, checking the status of an airline flight can be achieved as follows:
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