Case Study on SOA Implementation Framework and Applications

Case Study on SOA Implementation Framework and Applications

Tzu-Chun Weng (Institute of Information Industry (III), Taiwan), Yu-Ting Lin (Institute of Information Industry (III), Taiwan) and Jay Stu (Institute of Information Industry (III), Taiwan)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61350-159-7.ch013

Abstract

As industry shows increasingly meager profits, increasing value-added products is imperative to enhance profits. Across all industries, executives are demanding more and more value and specific characteristics from their strategic business processes. The CEOs of enterprises engage in integrating their IT organizations to measurably improve the flow of data and information driving key business decisions. The Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) provides a set of infrastructure capabilities, implemented by middleware technology, that enable the integration of services in the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). The ESB concept already has a number of uses that solve some very common and challenging integration problems. Innovative Digitech-Enabled Applications & Services Institute (IDEAS) of Institute for Information Industry (III) executed many projects, which support technology transfer to and assist some industries, subsidized by Economic department of Taiwan. Three relatively industrial applications with EBS are discussed.
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Background And Literature Review

The importance of web application and advanced technology has attracted increasing attention as among the concerns of various industries. Today with an emerging service experience economy, developers increasingly desire efficient/effective principals from design to development, publish, and management. Systems thus evolve into flexible service system consisted of 4I service technologies (i.e., interface technology, intelligence technology, integration technology and infrastructure technology) to realize elasticity of this changing demand world. Integration technology particularly applied service oriented architecture coordinates the front-end business logic tasks and the exact back-end IT components needed to execute the task. Hence, the enterprise service bus provides a set of infrastructure capabilities, implemented by middleware technology, that enable the integration of services.

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