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3 Author(s)
Min Luo ; SOA & Web Services Center of Excellence, IBM Global Services, USA ; B. Goldshlager ; Liang-Jie Zhang

Summary form only given. Service-oriented architecture (SOA) has been proven to be a flexible and extensible architecture for designing and realizing industry solutions and applications. Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a hub for integrating different kinds of services through messaging, event handling, and business performance management. This tutorial will focus on a SOA solution framework; the critical role and value proposition of an ESB in SOA and Web services; ESB (and SOA) analysis and design methodology; best practices for the practical design and implementation of an ESB, including ESB design using the enterprise integration and application integration patterns; ESB and business process integration tools and techniques for ESB implementation; and performance, security and transaction management. This tutorial is based on numerous projects and solution architectures that the authors and colleagues have been engaged in the last 3 years in various industries, including government, financial, retail, electronics and distribution.

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2005 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC'05) Vol-1  (Volume:2 )

Date of Conference:

11-15 July 2005