Questions about service-oriented architecture, or designing software as a collection of services.

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SOA, Java EE and data organization

At the company I work for, we're currently splitting up our monolith solution into a number of small services (SOA). The purpose of this is to make the developers working on each chunk of code ...
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Push-Based Events in a Services Oriented Architecture

I have come to a point, in building a services oriented architecture (on top of Thrift), that I need to expose events and allow listeners. My initial thought was, "create an EventService" to handle ...
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Domain Driven Design and Data Conflicts

I realise it is probably overkill for what is a occasionally connected client app, but the construction of aggregates roots is bugging when thinking about it from a client perspective. For the ...
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Micro-services and data replication

I am building a new application and was reading about micro-services architecture. The architecture itself makes lot of sense from a development, deployment and life cycle management point of view. ...
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Is this any form of service pattern, some other pattern, SOA or just an anti-pattern?

I'm going to set out a scenario/pattern I've encountered and then I have a few questions pertaining to it. During an MVC request in a web framework (PHP, Laravel in my case), if I have an abstract ...
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How to use Messagequeing in a distributed web application

I am curious for solutions to this problem: Assume we are going to build an online-store. To better scale parts of the architecture, it is broken into independend subsystems. The typical scenario ...
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Acceptable dependencies in a service-oriented architecture, internal to a team

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 ...
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How to micro-ify the middle tier in a Microservice Oriented Architecture?

Just read Fowler on Microservices and definitely recommend it. A big thing that is missing from this paper/approach is how to decompose the client-tier into "micro apps". By that, here's what I mean: ...
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Multitier architecture using API

I have been reading a number of posts and I am leaning towards building an SOA. My main dependencies are: Need to support multiple clients Need individual client environments to not effect other ...
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Schemaless NoSQL RESTful design?

In a recent project; I used MongoDB with MongoEngine (an ORM/ODM for Python). This allowed me to specify schema in a central "Model". My new project I am hosting on Windows Azure; and there is no ...
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Extracting models into a external dependency

About 9 months ago, I asked a question about creating a service layer for my application. Unfortunately, in the ensuing time, no progress in that area was made, primarily due to time constraints. As ...
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Are there guidelines for SOA events and file transfers in a SOA context?

We are part of a SOA implementation. We publish events via the enterprise bus for certain changes in our system. The architects here have advised, however, that some bulk changes to data should go ...