Posted by: Dilipkrishnan
Architecture, cardspaces, cep, Design, framework, identity, Patterns, REST, SOA, Web services, wsoac
- RESTful- The REST community actually very easily agrees on whether or not something is RESTful or not when it’s put up for judgement. And the nice thing is that you can easily get very close to answering this yourself by looking at a Web API that claims to be “RESTful”, and see if it really is using a few simple questions
- Devoxx ’08 Talk – I’ve put up my slides on REST patterns and antipatterns (warning: 12 MB PDF)
ZapThink – SOA modeling language readied
Dominick Baier – Federating with the .NET Access Control Service
Arnon Rotem-Gal-Oz – SOA Anti-Pattern : The Knot
AWS Editor – Architecting for the Cloud – The article includes an architecture diagram, but more importantly it also drills into implementation details–complete with configuration settings that they used for HAProxy, Apache (with multi-tenant Deki), Memcache, and Lucene. MindTouch also implemented auto scaling, which is covered briefly.
Boris Lublinsky – The Information Perspective of SOA Design
Dan Foody – Goldilocks Governance – The article talks about an organization which first moves to outsourcing with a very loose contract, and ends up failing (poor service, mistrust, etc.). Then, they move to an airtight contract that lays out every last detail. But as their business changes, the rigid contract creates issues that result in… you guessed it: poor service and mistrust.
Jack van Hoof – Business Process Driven SOA – using BPMN and BPEL
Kyle Gabhart – Is our SOA learning? – On a South Carolina campaign stop in January 2000, George Bush asked the immortal question: “Is our children learning?” Then again seven years later, Bush told a group of New York school children: “Childrens do learn.” YouTube video of both statements is available here. So I ask the question: Is our SOA learning?