The Definitive Guide to SOA: BEA AquaLogic Service Bus

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Apress, Oct 5, 2007 - Computers - 432 pages
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The Definitive Guide to SOA: BEA AquaLogic Service Bus targets professional software developers and architects who know enterprise development, but are new to enterprise service buses (ESBs) and service–oriented architecture (SOA) development. This is the first book to cover a practical approach to SOA using the BEA AquaLogic Service Bus tool. And it's straight from the “source”—BEA Systems AquaLogic product lead Jeff Davies.

This book provides hands–on information to developing SOA–driven applications with ESBs as central components. It also gives strategic guidance on SOA planning, web service life–cycle management, administration of an ESB, and security considerations. Davies is careful to cut through theory and get straight to demonstrating successful use of the product where SOA really counts.

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Jeff Davies, principal architect atBEA SystemsAquaLogic, has 20 years of experience in the software field. Jeff has extensive experience developing retail applications, such as Act! for Windows and Macintosh and a number of other commercially available applications, principally in the telecommunications and medical fields. His background also includes the development, design, and architecture of enterprise applications. Prior to joining BEA Systems, Jeff was the chief architect at Covad Communications, responsible for their service-oriented architecture and the acquisition and deployment of Covad's Enterprise Service Bus. Now at BEA, Jeff is focused on the AquaLogic product line.

David Schorow has over 20 years of experience working on enterprise software. David is the chief architect for BEA AquaLogic Service Bus and has guided its development and evolution from the first release throughsubsequent releases. Prior to joining BEA Systems, David was the chief Java architect at the NonStop division of Hewlett Packard, overseeing the development of a wide variety of Java projects, including the NonStop Java JVM, NonStop SQL JDBC drivers, the port of WebLogic Server to the NonStop platform, and other demanding Java products. David has extensive experience in high-performance transaction processing systems, the application environments used in demanding industries such as stock exchanges, airlines, healthcare, and banking.

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