Service-oriented Software System Engineering: Challenges and Practices
Zoran Stojanovic, Zoran Stojanovi?, Ajantha Dahanayake
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 413 pages
Current IT developments like component-based development and Web services have emerged as effective ways of building complex enterprise-scale information systems and providing enterprise application integration. To aid this process, platforms such as .NET and WebSphere have become standards in web-based systems development. However, there are still a lot of issues that need to be addressed before service-oriented software engineering (SOSE) becomes a prominent and widely accepted paradigm for enterprise information systems development and integration. Service-Oriented Software System Engineering: Challenges and Practices provides a comprehensive view of SOSE through a number of different perspectives. Some of those perspectives include: service-based concepts, modeling and documentation, service discovery and composition, service-oriented architecture, model-driven development of service-oriented applications, service security and service-orientation in mobile settings. It provides readers with an in-depth knowledge of the main challenges and practices in the exciting, new world of service-oriented software engineering. Addressing both technical and organizational aspects of this new field, this book offers a balance making it valuable to a variety of readers, including IT architects, developers, managers, and analysts.
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ServiceOriented Software Engineering
Concepts Techniques Tools and Trends
Section II ServiceOriented Architecture Design and Development
A Unified Framework for Developing ServiceOriented ComponentBased Distributed Software Systems
Chapter V ServiceOriented Design Process Using UML
Chapter VI ServiceOriented Computing and the ModelDriven Architecture
Chapter VII ServiceOriented Enterprise Architecture
Chapter VIII A Method for Formulating and Architecting Component and ServiceOriented Systems
Chapter XIII ServiceOriented Agents and MetaModel Driven Implementation
Section IV Security in ServiceOriented Systems
Issues Standards and Implementations
Chapter XV A ServiceBased Approach for RBAC and MAC Security
Section V ServiceOrientation in Practice
Chapter XVI Engineering a ServiceOriented Architecture in EGovernment
Chapter XVII Web Services for Groupware
Chapter XVIII Building an Online Security System with Web Services
Chapter IX Architecture Specification and Design of ServiceOriented Systems
Chapter X Service Patterns for Enterprise Information Systems
Section III Mobile Services and Agents
Chapter XI Concepts and Operations of Two Research Projects on Web Services and Mobile Web Services
Chapter XII ServiceOriented Computing Imperatives in Ad Hoc Wireless Settings
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Page ix - A Web Service is a software system designed to support interoperable machine-tomachine interaction over a network. It has an interface described in a machineprocessable format (specifically WSDL). Other systems interact with the Web Service in a manner prescribed by its description using SOAP-messages, typically conveyed using HTTP with an XML serialization in conjunction with other Web-related standards.
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Page xi - A service is an abstract resource that represents a capability of performing tasks that form a coherent functionality from the point of view of providers entities and requesters entities. To be used, a service must be realized by a concrete provider agent.