SOA and Web services zone - A year in review
Did you miss any of these interesting articles in 2009?
2009 was another great year for developerWorks. As the year comes to a close, I thought I would share a few of the popular articles and article series that have been published this year in the SOA and Web services zone:
SOA Best Practices and Lessons Learned by Salil Ahuja
This article discusses the quality assurance challenges to be addressed with an SOA adoption, recommended best practices and lessons learned.
Spaces: Enabling Immersive Collaborative Enterprise by Luba Cherbakov, Robi
Brunner, Rob Smart and Charisse Lu
Provides a brief history of virtual worlds and a summary of six technologies that enable virtual spaces as well as highlights IBM's experience in the development and use of Virtual Spaces in more detail, including technical and business challenges, tangible business results, and lessons learned.
Determination through Defensive Infrastructure Architecture by Kyle Brown and
This article highlights the decisions that you can make in developing your overall application architecture and infrastructure architecture to be more resilient in the face of failure and change. As well as examine these notions by looking at two examples where you can improve problem determination through the use of defensive techniques.
Governance - How to best Embrace it series by Farzin Yashar
A great set of articles introducing governance, its lifecycle and the organizational aspect of an enterprise to support SOA and SOA governance.
Advantage for Service Maturity Model Standards by Heather Kreger, Tony Carrato, Ali
Arsanjani, Andras Szakal, Jorge Diaz, and Kerrie Holley
This article details IBM's leadership and expertise with using maturity models to help customers achieve success with Web services and SOA. This article provides an overview and insights on the value, use and impact of OSIMM.
for SOA Governance Standards by Heather Kreger, John Falkl, Robert Laird and Tony
Discusses IBM's SOA industry leadership with the introduction of the SOA Governance Maturity Model.
communication between a monitoring host Web service and monitored Web services by
Learn about the pros and cons of dedicated security monitoring host and a distributed security monitoring host and suggests how each can be used to solve security problems.
Of course, there were many more informative articles and tutorials published in 2009 in the Web services library. I recommend taking a look book at the articles and tutorials that have been published this year.
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