Without the right controls to govern SOA development, the right set of tools to build SOA, and the right support of exciting new protocols and patterns, your SOA efforts can result in software that delivers only 1.5 transactions per second (TPS) on expensive modern servers. This is a disaster enterprises, organizations, or institutions avoid by using Frank Cohen’s FastSOA patterns, test methodology, and architecture. In FastSOA you will learn how to apply native XML technology to SOA for: Data mediation using mid-tier data and service caching to handle the explosion of new schemas and new devices in an ever changing environment; Data aggregation in the SOA middle-tier for off-line browsing, service acceleration through mid-tier caching and transformation, and bandwidth-needs reduction; Increased service and application scalability and performance; Successful evaluations of application server, XML parser, relational and native XML database, Enterprise Service Bus, Business Integration server, workflow server, and Web Service tools for performance, scalability, and developer productivity; Improved service governance through XML persistence in SOA registries and repositories; Composite data services to provide maximum reuse of software components and data, accelerate performance, and reduce development time and maintenance in your SOA.
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- Cohen, Frank: FastSOA. The way to use native XML technology to achieve service oriented architecture governance, scalability, and performance (2007)