Web Services: Principles and Technology

Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008 - 752 Seiten
Web services represent the next generation of web-based technology. They allow new and improved ways for enterprise applications to communicate and integrate with each other and, as such, are having a profound effect on both the worlds of business and of software development. In this new book, Michael Papazoglou offers a comprehensive examination of Web services which gives you all you will need to know to gain a solid foundation in this area. This book will help you to understand: The nature of Web services - what they actually are The underlying concepts, principles, and methodologies of Web services The fundamental technologies that underpin the Web services paradigm How web services are introduced into organizations, and how they are designed, deployed and used The key standards necessary for the development of Web services Web Services: Principles and Technology is suitable for computer science students and also for professionals who need an introduction to this area. Key features to help reinforce your understanding include Spiral approach to build on earlier knowledge as the topics become more advanced Numerous examples throughout demonstrate the practical application of the theory Self-test questions, hints and tips, and discussion topics feature throughout

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Professor Mike Papazoglou is a Director at the Infolab at the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands. He has written over 100 scientific journal articles, and is the author of 13 books, including 'Co-operative Information Systems' and 'The Next Generation of Information Systems'.

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