SOA Guideposted by John Spacey, March 05, 2013
SOA is a widely misunderstood set of architectural design principles. SOA principles are really just a collection of time-honored best practices for service design.
Our collection of SOA resources includes overviews, design principles and security best practices.
Understand SOA with one magic diagram.
Build your own SOA marketplace.
SOA for the Confused
A few clarifications.
SOA in the Real World
Beyond the ideal vision of SOA.
The world's biggest SOA.
|Design Best Practices||SOA Design Principles
9 principles of SOA design.
SOA Design Patterns
10 SOA design patterns every architect should know.
9 SOA security challenges.
SOA security from 50,000 feet.
SOA Security Implementation
How to implement SOA security the easy way.
SOA & Security
Why SOA is fundamentally challenging for security professionals.
|Challenges & Myths||SOA Myths
4 common SOA myths.
This is what SOA failure looks like.
|Related Architectures||Event Driven Architecture
Not your Grandmother's SOA.
Complex Event Processing
Adventures in complex event processing.
|Related Guides||Enterprise Architecture Guide
Our guide to enterprise architecture.
Information security guide.
Service Oriented Architecture |
The 9 software design principles that changed the world.
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Our guide to the ITIL framework.|
Learn about common root causes of security risks.|
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