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The second part will focus on SOA infrastructure-design considerations, decomposition of an enterprise service bus (ESB) into patterns and tactics as an example of SOA infrastructure, and principles of service design.
The objective of this tutorial is to provide guidance on the architecture and design of service-oriented systems. Part I covers basic concepts and impact.
In this 2011 presentation, Grace Lewis talks about the effect that service oriented architecture has on system quality attributes.
This 2010 report describes the agenda of an SEI-led group that was formed to explore the business, engineering, and operations aspects of service-oriented architecture.
This 2008 report surveys the state of practice in service level agreement specification and offers guidelines on how to assure that services are provided with high availability, security, performance, and other required qualities.
Grace Lewis discusses general guidelines for architecting service-oriented systems, how common service-oriented system components support these principles, and the effect these principles and their implementation have on system quality attributes.
Is legacy system migration feasible for your organization as a means of SOA adoption? The Service Migration and Reuse Technique (SMART) assists an organization in determining what to migrate, the steps needed, and the costs involved.
This 2007 SEI whitepaper by Grace Lewis and Dennis B. Smith outlines four pillars to Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) success.
This report presents guidelines for architecting service-oriented systems and the effect of architectural principles on system quality attributes.
In this 2008 presentation, Grace Lewis provides an overview of SOA and explains the implications that SOA adoption has on the processes used to develop service-oriented systems.