In Application Architecture for WebSphere, one of IBM’s leading WebSphere and WebSphere Portal architects offers a hands-on, best-practice guide to every facet of defining, planning, and implementing WebSphere application architectures. Joey Bernal shows working architects and teams how to define layered architectural standards that can be used across the entire organization, improving application quality without compromising flexibility.
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Links to developerWorks resources (by book chapter)
Here are links from the developerWorks Series book Application Architecture for WebSphere (ISBN-10: 0-13-712926-2) to developerWorks Web site resources that support and extend the book.
A.3.1 DeveloperWorks Technical Journal Tired of Hand Coding JDBC, Roland Barcia
A.3.2 Building EJB 3.0 Applications with WebSphere Application Server, Roland Barcia and Jeffrey Sampson
A.4.1 Designing the Business Service Layer - Jul 2004, Nalla Senthilnathan
A.5.1 JSF for Non-Belivers, Richard Hightower
A.6.2 Portlet Development Workbook, Tim Hanis
A.7.2 Developing Web services for WebSphere using JAX-WS Annotations, Jeff Barrett, Dustin Amrhein, and Bruce Tiffany
A.8.2 Static and Dynamic Caching in WebSphere Application Server, Bill Hines
A.9.1 Application Architecture Security, Thomas Myer
A.9.2 Seven lesser known system attacks and how to defeat them, Sean-Phillip Oriyano
A.9.3 WebSphere Application Server V6 advanced security hardening, Keys Botzum
A.10.1 Operational IT Governance, Murray Cantor, John D. Sanders
A.10.3 Getting started with application development methodologies, Christopher P. Caserio