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SOA eBook: Patterns, Mashups, Governance, Service Modeling, and More

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SOA eBook: Patterns, Mashups, Governance, Service Modeling, and More

Publisher: Pearson e ducation, Inc.
Number of pages: 280

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This volume is a collection of chapters from eight popular books, comprehensive tutorials that teach fundamental and advanced SOA design principles, supplemented with detailed case studies and technologies used to implement SOAs in the real world.

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