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eBook SOA with .NET (The Prentice Hall Service-Oriented Computing Series from Thomas Erl) download ISBN: 0131582313
Author: Thomas Erl
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR; 1 edition (2010)
Language: English
Pages: 600
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Thomas Erl’s most popular book is Service-Oriented Architecture: Concepts, Technology, and Design.

The key to succeeding with service-oriented architecture (SOA) is in comprehending the meaning and significance of its .

The key to succeeding with service-oriented architecture (SOA) is in comprehending the meaning and significance of its most fundamental building block: the service. It is through an understanding of service design that truly "service-oriented" solution logic can be created in support of achieving the strategic goals associated with SOA and service-oriented computing.

Thomas Erl. SOA with. Net & Windows Azure: Realizing Service-Orientation with the Microsoft Platform provides a technical, in-depth guide to building service-oriented solutions with Microsoft. net technologies and the Windows Azure Cloud Computing platform. From design paradigms and principles unique to SOA to orchestration patterns and service optimization, this is an outstanding, top reference and a 'must-have bible' packed with technical expertise programmers must have.

Thomas Erl (born 1967) is a Canadian author, and public speaker known for major contributions to the field of service-oriented architecture. Author of eight books on Service Orientation, Erl defined eight widely accepted principles of service orientation.

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is at the heart of a revolutionary computing platform that is being adopted world-wide and has earned the support of every major software provider

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is at the heart of a revolutionary computing platform that is being adopted world-wide and has earned the support of every major software provider.

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“Explaining the intersection of these two worlds--service-orientation and .NET technologies--is exactly what this book does. Its team of specialist authors provides a concrete, usable guide to this combination, ranging from the fundamentals of service-orientation to the more rarified air of .NET services in the cloud and beyond. If you’re creating service-oriented software on the Microsoft platform--that is, if you’re a serious .NET developer--mastering these ideas is a must.”

--From the Foreword by David Chappell, Chappell & Associates

“Microsoft’s diverse product line has long supported the service-oriented enterprise, but putting it all together into a cohesive whole can be daunting. From more established products, like Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Workflow Foundation, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, and BizTalk Server, to newer offerings like Windows Azure and AppFabric, the experts assembled here expose the sweet spots for each technology, talk through the high-level trade-offs, and offer a roadmap to a unified Microsoft SOA story.”

--Kevin P. Davis, Ph.D., Software Architect

“This book excels in giving hands-on and in-depth expertise on the SOA architecture style with the .NET framework and the Azure cloud platform. It’s a practical guide for developers, architects, and SOA implementers. A must read!”

--Ricardo P. Schluter, ICT Architect, Parnassia Bavo Group

“While the industry overall may have hyped ‘the cloud’ to the level it often seems to cure world hunger, SOA with .NET and Windows Azure helps cut through the questions and hype and more clearly discusses the benefits and practical techniques for putting it to work in the real world. This book helps you understand the benefits associated with SOA and cloud computing, and also the techniques for connecting your current IT assets with new composite applications and data running in the cloud. This book will help you understand modern middleware technologies and harness the benefits of the cloud both on and off premises.”

--Burley Kawasaki, Director of Product Management, Microsoft

“The authors have a combined SOA and .NET experience of several decades–which becomes obvious when reading this book. They don’t just lead you down one path with a single descriptive solution. Instead, the sometimes nasty trade-offs that architects face in their design decisions are addressed. These are then mapped to the Microsoft .NET platform with clear code examples. A very refreshing look at this major contender in the SOA space and a definite must for the .NET SOA practitioner!”

--Dr. Thomas Rischbeck, IT Architect, Innovation Process Technology

“In order to evolve as a software craftsman one must read excellent books that will help you grow and evolve in your profession. One of those books that every software craftsmen interested in good design and best practices should read is SOA with .NET and Windows Azure. With this book, you will learn which design patterns will provide the best solution for the kinds of software design problems you, as a developer or designer, face every day. This book has everything that software architects, software designers, and programmers need to know when building great quality software with Microsoft technologies.

“This will undoubtedly be one of those books that you reference repeatedly when starting new SOA projects. There is plenty of information that even those not working with typical service-oriented architecture will find very useful. With plenty of real-life examples (code, design, and modeling), readers see in a practical manner how they could use SOA patterns to solve everyday software problems and be more productive. SOA with .NET and Windows Azure will fit in my top three books and will definitely be one of those that I will use in my everyday work.”

--Arman Kurtagic, Consultant at Omegapoint AB

The Authoritative Guide to Building Service-Oriented Solutions with Microsoft .NET Technologies and the Windows Azure Cloud Computing Platform

In SOA with .NET and Windows Azure, top Microsoft technology experts team up with Thomas Erl to explore service-oriented computing with Microsoft’s latest .NET service technologies and Windows Azure innovations.

The authors provide comprehensive documentation of on-premise and cloud-based modern service technology advancements within the Microsoft platform and further show how these technologies have increased the potential for applying and realizing service-orientation practices and goals.

Specifically, the book delves into Microsoft enterprise technologies, such as:

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Windows Azure Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) Windows Azure AppFabric BizTalk Server Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)

...as well as industry service mediums, including WS-* and REST, and many related service industry standards and technologies.

The book steps through common SOA design patterns and service-orientation principles, along with numerous code-level examples that further detail various technology architectures and implementations.

Topic Areas

This book covers the following primary topics:

Microsoft Service Technologies Microsoft Enterprise Technologies On-Premise & Cloud-Based Service Topics Industry Service Technologies & Mediums Service-Oriented Technology Architectural Models Service-Orientation Design Paradigm Service-Orientation Design Principles SOA Design Patterns

About the Web Sites

This book series is further supported by a series of resources sites, including:

www.soabooks.com www.soaspecs.com www.soamag.com www.serviceorientation.com www.soapatterns.org www.soaprinciples.com www.whatissoa.com
Comments: (7)
Fordregelv
To be honest, this is one of the worst technical book I've ever read. 800+ pages filled with superficial intro into SOA, high-level generic description of SOA patterns and principles, tens of large but in most cases totally useless figures, and bunch of appendixes that works more like text fillers than useful additions to main text.

I'm really disapointed, because I had so high expectations. After reading 5 books about WCF and 2 other about WF I was looking for a book that gives me a list of SOA patterns and shows me how to apply them in right context on dozens of examples and case studies. I was looking for a book that gives me a new ideas, new views on SOA and presents them in practice. Unfortunatelly this book was very poor choice.

The biggest problem with this book is the fact that even after reading it I can't say for who this book was written for. First third (about 250 pages) contains overview to SOA, WCF, WF and other SOA related technologies on .NET platform. If book was written for architects, there was no need to have such long introduction. Technologies like WCF or WF are essential when you want to develop SOA services under .NET. 250 pages intro is simply not enough to present these complex technologies. Two or more books would be needed - at least. So reading couple of books about WCF, WF and other technologies is in fact prerequisite when you want to read book aimed at architects. But if you know these technologies, there is no need to read another 250 pages intro. This part should have maximum 100 pages with references to other books and resources where these technologies are described in more detail and rest of pages could have been used for presentation of SOA priciples.

SOA patterns - second third of the book was my biggest disappoint. Book presents maybe 50 or more patterns, but many of them (maybe most) without any sample or case study. In many cases patterns are presented just in 'raw' text with large half to one page sized figures or screenshots that many times show the same idea that has already been presented in the text. For instance what is the point of half page figure containing square divided into 4 parts with labels Functional, Technology, Programmatic, Quality of Service with circle in the middle labeled with text Service, when list with these terms was presented on previous page ? I can't figure out what such figure can add to discussion. And speaking about patterns, there are literally hundres of references to Appendix D, where the same patterns are presented in table form - 1 page for 1 pattern. In many cases explanations in this middle part doesn't contain more info than brief description in Appendix D.

Last third contains chapters about ServiceBus, Security, Presentation layer and one useful but just 70 pages long chapter about optimalizations. With exception of this last chapter rest of them is just another intro into these topics.

From all Appendices only the last one about cleaning resources in WCF was useful. Rest of them were added (I guess) just to have thicker book...

Conclusion. The book is one big disappointment. There are just very few useful or interesting chapters (early one about legacy technogies is one of very few exceptions). In fact my favourite chapter 19 about optimalization, containing many examples an use cases is an example how the whole book should have been written.

If you want to understand SOA under .NET Juval Lowy's Programming WCF is much better choice. Lowy doesn't just teach you WCF, but also gives you a hundreads of advices and ideas how to write and design SOA services in proper way.
Gralmeena
If you are looking for a very high level overview this might be what you need. Though, it'll be a sleeper for you. If you need this as a resource to get a SOA project started, I think you will find it sorely lacking. The first chapters bombard you with terms and give you little context as to what the terms are important. There not much "meat" to the book...it's lacking the specifics you need to get started. There are few good examples.
Xarcondre
The book has pages after pages of theory. May be the book focused for academic purpose but did not help me in any way.
Reddefender
Much has been authored about .NET technologies and with the new Azure framework there are many more angles to approach and consider .NET as an enterprise platform for building enterprise systems. But there is nothing out there about how to actually build proper services and SOA with .NET services on-site and cloud-based. This book tackles this difficult subject matter by going deep into topics that demonstrate SOA in action.

The book begins with general coverage of the latest Microsoft products, but really doesn't get into details. If you are new to the world of Microsoft, you should read Microsoft Press books first before starting with this book because it is really about using .NET classes and systems in relation to SOA. This book is not a tutorial about SOA and it is not a tutorial about .NET. It is about using .NET to build SOA services.

The second part of the book talks about principles and patterns as they can exist with .NET. Here you need to understand the principles and patterns, but there are appendixes that provide some reference materials. This second part can get complex and there are inconsistent examples because it is not a tutorial but a book about where SOA and .NET meet.

The third part of the book has interesting chapters that cover things like performance, enterprise service bus, business activity monitoring and UI design. Here again you will encounter principles and patterns but not as much as in the second part. The book is thorough and complete but be sure to pay attention to the prerequisites. Also, the book website is very good.
Manarius
This book explains the theory and how to implement with .NET and Azure in a very good way. If you are looking for a hands on book, do not try this one. Otherwise, if you look for foundation information for long term, this is the book.
Goltizuru
I buy this for a friend and is a really good book that goes deep on the subject of Azure with SOA
Malara
Excellent read, covering loads of aspects on Service Oriented design in general and Windows Azure platform in specific. This book is a must read for solution architects moving to or operating in the .Net cloud computing area. For the not so SOA seasoned architect as myself this book has more than enough explanation and references on the basic SOA principles.