Real World SOA: Design and Implementation

This course is a continuation of the course 'Real World SOA: Analysis and Design.' In that course, you studied SOA analysis and overall design, here you will get more detailed about implementation.
Course info
Rating
(18)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Aug 1, 2016
Duration
9h 21m
Table of contents
Course Introduction
Course Recap: Analysis and Overall Design
Hiding the Existing (Messy) State: Integration Services
Guiding the Design of SOA Services: Design Principles
Brief Overview of WCF Channel Layer
It All Starts with an Agreement: Service Contracts
Scalability Essentials: Session and State
Reliability: Reliable Messaging vs. Business Semantics
The Power of Asynchronous Messaging: Understanding One-way
The Power of Asynchronous Messaging: Patterns Based on One-way
Security: SOA and Trust-based Access
Taking Loose Coupling to the Next Level: Routing
More Loose Coupling: Dynamic Discovery
SOA Distributed Transactions
Role of an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
Other Design Concerns
Extending the Ecosystem with REST APIs
Overview of SOA Governance
Description
Course info
Rating
(18)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Aug 1, 2016
Duration
9h 21m
Description

In the Analysis and Design course you covered the business aspects of SOA and SOA reference architecture building blocks. In this course, Real World SOA: Design and Implementation, you'll move into the detailed design and implementation of SOA services. First, you'll look into the design principles that drive the entire design effort and the structure and dynamics of services. Then, you'll learn the different MEPs supported by services and the management of state, sessions, and client-service interactions. Finally, you'll learn the security of services, and various other topics. By the end of this course, you'll learn all you need to know about the design and implementation of SOA.

About the author
About the author

Mohamad is a solution architect and Azure MVP with expertise in enterprise architecture, integration, identity and access, cloud, IoT, and data analysis.

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