Saturday, July 15, 2006
Enterprise Service Oriented Architectures
Enterprise Service Oriented Architectures is currently the number one bestselling book on SOA at Borders, Barnes & Noble, Bookpool and is number two on Amazon. There are of course several deficiencies in the book including but not limited to:
- A chapter on unified infrastructure for service communication (ESB)
- A chapter that deals with other aspects of management of an SOA such as organization, governance, guidance, etc although the Management chapter provides a great technical view.
- A chapter that speaks to the Life-Cycle: Starting with event driven process chains and transforming it into BPEL, etc.)
- A chapter that speaks to the notion of semantics, which actually realize reuse and agility
If you are an owner of this book, I would love to hear your feedback via trackback. Likewise, the author team is sketching out the next volume in this series and will be seeking out one or two additional co-authors to take on other dimensions. If you are interested in being a contributor to the next book, please leave a comment...
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