Category Archives: SOA

SOA patterns and an enterprise middleware platform – a winning combination!

Service-oriented architecture (SOA) patterns provide structure and clarity, enabling architects to establish their SOA efforts across the enterprise. Moreover, these SOA patterns also help to link SOA and business requirements in an effective and efficient way. Since service orientation has … Continue reading

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API Registry and Service Registry

[Based on a post originally appearing at http://asanka.abeysinghe.org/2014/07/api-registry-and-service-registry.html.] Registry acts as a core component in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Early SOA reference architecture named the registry as a service broker for service providers to publish service definitions, allowing service consumers … Continue reading

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Bus architecture to handle inbound and outbound calls with BPEL

Business processes play a major role in complex, long-running business processes in the modern enterprise. Such business processes might automate such business tasks as ordering and billing, customer or employee account provisioning, financial recordkeeping, auditing, and archiving, supply chain management, … Continue reading

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Putting SOA in a Practical Context

I was looking at some of our download statistics and was pleasantly surprised to see that one of my favorite whitepapers, Practical SOA for the Solution Architect, is also on its way to becoming our most downloaded paper.  As of … Continue reading

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