Architecture in practice, Part 5, SOA Scenario 2: Service connectivity options

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Tilak Mitra

Date archived: January 6, 2017 | First published: December 18, 2007

View SOA within a software development lifecycle context using the IBM® Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Foundation Lifecycle. This installment in the Architecture in practice series focuses on the Service Connectivity scenario, the second of the SOA scenarios. Explore four ways to realize connectivity between service producers and consumers that foster reuse of services across multiple delivery channels. Learn about three Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) topologies that enable service connectivity, and associated products that provide advanced, end-to-end ESB-based solutions. Get an overview on developing mediation modules and flows using four common patterns.

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ArticleTitle=Architecture in practice, Part 5: SOA Scenario 2: Service connectivity options