In a service-oriented architecture, subsystems can depend on each other in different levels: Database level => Foreign keys to enforce data integrity across services on deletions and updates ...
We're developing a total solution, and we've chosen service-oriented architecture to loosen subsystems. However, now we have a problem. When customer orders something, Order Subsystem is responsible ...
Firstly, I am following the convention that a bounded context is synonymous to a department, or possibly one department has 1 to many bounded contexts. We have a client consultancy department that ...
How can you effectively use web services in an enterprise environment if you can't use transactions?
The place I'm working at is trying to establish some ground rules, and the debate we're having now is local libraries vs web services for code reuse. Web services seem to be the popular pick in most ...
Let's say you're looking at breaking up your applications into services. Are there any good reasons to adopt a SOA approach vs. just creating a library API that can be loaded by the applications that ...
Can DI/IoC be used for a simplified, local SOA? I have been reading up on SOA (examples: here, here and here) and it seems that at first a lot of the attention was at interoperability and enabeling ...