Understanding IBM SOA Foundation Suite: Learning Visually with Examples

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Pearson Education, Aug 17, 2009 - Computers - 384 pages

Understanding IBM SOA Foundation Suite

Learning Visually with Examples

Master the IBM SOA Foundation Through 26 Hands-On, Start-to-Finish Tutorials

The IBM SOA Foundation Suite is an integrated, open-standards-based set of software, best practices, and patterns that help you systematically maximize the business value of SOA. Understanding IBM SOA Foundation Suite brings together 26 hands-on tutorials that will help you master IBM SOA Foundation and apply it successfully in your organization. Four of IBM’s SOA practitioners identify core IBM SOA Foundation components and usage scenarios, and walk you step-by-step through implementing them in real-world environments. This book’s self-contained tutorials are presented both in print and through video on the accompanying CD-ROM, showing you the results of every action immediately, whether you’re running the software or not. Using these tutorials, technical professionals can quickly move up the learning curve, discovering how each product works, and how they fit together. You’ll gain the big picture overview you need to make intelligent up-front decisions, and all the hands-on practice you need to prototype working solutions.

Coverage includes

  • Designing services with UML, sharing designs via HTML files, and transforming designs to and from Java with IBM Rational Software Architect
  • Creating services with IBM Rational Application Developer, and deploying them with IBM WebSphere Application Server
  • Implementing effective service governance with IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
  • Integrating existing services into new business processes with IBM WebSphere
  • Integration Developer and IBM WebSphere Process Server
  • Connecting services with IBM WebSphere Message Broker
  • Developing, testing, deploying, and managing portlets with IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory and IBM WebSphere Portal
  • Systematically securing services with IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager

 

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Contents

Service Creation with IBM Rational Application
2-50
Invoke a Web Service and Persist the Data Using
3-28
Service Governance with IBM WebSphere Service
3-70
Service Integration with IBM WebSphere Integration
4-50
Assemble and Execute the Module
5-38
Service Connectivity with IBM WebSphere Message
5-60
Collaboration with IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory
6-57
The tutorial in this chapter introduces you to IBM WebSphere Portlet
7-1
Enable Security for a Service Provider
8-7
Invoked by the WSSM Token Consumer Using TFIM
8-17
Enable Security for a Service Requester
8-28
Invoked by the WSSM Token Generator Using TFIM
8-39
Test the Service
8-49
Broker
8-53
Index
8-56
In the CD included in this book you will find completed solutions for
8-82

Service Security with IBM Tivoli Federated Identity
7-85

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About the author (2009)

Tinny Ng is a scenario architect at the Scenario Analysis Lab of IBM SWG Strategy and Technology. Her primary focus is to improve the cross-brand integration capability and consumability of IBM SWG products. She architects solutions to address the identified integration issues and leads the team to bring the solution to delivery. Tinny has more than 15 years of experience in software development, from architectural design to implementation, including application building, packaging, testing, and support. She also has extensive publishing experience, including numerous IBM developerWorks articles with IBM developerWorks Contributing Author designation. In addition, she has a number of patent applications.

Jane Fung is a senior IT specialist at IBM Canada Ltd. She has technical sales responsibility on WebSphere Service Registry and Repository. Previously, she was on the WebSphere Integration Developer development team responsible for developing the Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) and Business Rules debuggers. Jane received a bachelor in electrical engineering from the University of Waterloo. She has extensive publishing experience, including numerous developerWorks articles. Jane was the lead author of the IBM Press book, An Introduction to Rational Application Developer, A Guided Tour.

Laura Chan is a senior software developer at IBM Software Group Strategy and Technology. She is currently responsible for providing scalable ways to solve major consumability issues experienced by the clients when combinations of IBM software are integrated to implement business scenarios. Laura has worked with a number of releases of the WebSphere Portal product and has published many developerWorks articles with this product. She has also worked in several aspects of software development, including development, testing, documentation, customer support, services, marketing, and project management.

Vivian Mak is a software developer in the WebSphere Message Broker team and WebSphere Integration Developer team at the IBM Toronto Lab. She is responsible for developing the ESQL component in WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit and MQ adapter binding in WebSphere Integration Developer.

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