Service-Oriented Architecture Compass: Business Value, Planning, and Enterprise Roadmap

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Links to developerWorks resources (by book chapter)

Chapter 3


A.3.1 Brown, K., and Ellis, M. "Best Practices in Web Services Versioning." IBM developerWorks, January 2004.

A.3.2 Beatty, J., et al. "Service Data Objects." IBM developerWorks, November 2003.

A.3.3 Selvage, M., Wolfson, D., and Handy-Bosma, J. "Information management in Service-Oriented Architecture, Part 1: Discover the role of information management in SOA." IBM developerWorks, March 2005.

A.3.4 IBM alphaWorks. "Ontology-Based Web Services for Business Integration."

A.3.5 Schmidt, M.-T. and Kalyana, S. S. "The On Demand operating environment: Architectural Overview." IBM developerWorks, August 2004.


Chapter 4


A.4.1 Balzer, Y. "Improve your SOA project plans." IBM developerWorks, July 2004.

A.4.2 IBM. "The WS-Resource Framework." IBM developerWorks, March 2005.

A.4.3 Zimmermann, O. and Mueller, F. "Web services project roles." IBM developerWorks, June 2004.


Chapter 5


A.5.1 Zimmermann, O., Krogdahl, P., and Gee, C. "Elements of Service-Oriented Analysis and Design." IBM developerWorks, June 2004.

A.5.2 Beck, K., Joseph, J., and Goldszmidt, G. "BPM: Learn Business Process Modeling for the Analyst." IBM developerWorks, February 2005.

A.5.3 IBM. Patterns for e-Business. IBM developerWorks, 2004.

A.5.4 Arsanjani, A. "Service-oriented modeling and architecture: How to identify, specify, and realize services for your SOA." IBM developerWorks, November 2004.

A.5.5 IBM, Microsoft, BEA, and SAP. WSPF: Web Services Policy Framework. Standard specification proposal, IBM developerWorks, July 2003.


Chapter 6


A.6.1 IBM alphaWorks. "Web Services Response Templates."


Chapter 7


A.7.1 IBM alphaWorks. "The Ontology-based Web Services for Business Integration."


Chapter 8


A.8.1 IBM, Microsoft. "Security in a Web Services World: A Proposed Architecture and Roadmap." IBM developerWorks April 2002.

A.8.2 IBM, Microsoft, VeriSign. Web Services Security. Specification, IBM developerWorks April 2002.

A.8.3 Hondo, M., Melgar, D., and Nadalin, A. "Web Services Security: Moving Up the StackSecurity in a Web Services World." IBM developerWorks, December 2001.

A.8.4 BEA Systems, Computer Assoc., IBM, Microsoft, RSA Security, VeriSign, et al. Web Services Trust Language. Specification, IBM developerWorks February 2005.

A.8.5 IBM, BEA Systems, Microsoft, VeriSign, RSA Security. Web Services Federation Language. Specification, IBM developerWorks, July 2003.

IBM, BEA Systems, Microsoft, VeriSign, RSA Security. Web Services Federation: Active Requestor Profile. Specification, IBM developerWorks, July 2003.

IBM, BEA Systems, Microsoft, VeriSign, RSA Security. Web Services Federation: Passive Requestor Profile. Specification, IBM developerWorks, July 2003.

A.8.6 BEA, IBM, Microsoft, SAP AG, Sonic Software, VeriSign. Web Services Policy Framework. Specification, IBM developerWorks May 2003.

A.8.7 Bose, S. "Using Web Services Security in WebSphere Application Server." IBM developerWorks, April 2004.


Chapter 9


A.9.1 IBM. Common Base Event. Specification, IBM developerWorks, August 2004.

A.9.2 IBM et al. Web Services Resource Framework. Specification, IBM developerWorks, October 2004.


Chapter 11


A.11.1 You can see an up-to-date list of technology specifications and standards related to SOA and Web services on developerWorks.

A.11.2 The IBM programming model for SOA enables software developers to create and reuse IT assets, using component types, wiring, templates, application adapters, uniform data representation and an Enterprise Service Bus. IBM developerWorks, June 2005.

A.11.3 This three-part series by Alan Brown and Jim Conallen explores the nature of Model-Driven Architectures in depth. IBM developerWorks, February 2004.

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