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Public API Facade with Micro Services

Consider a micro service infrastructure in which each service is responsible for one set of activities, and exposes a RESTful interface to its functionality. For example, assume a chat application. ...
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Let applications share a database or keep them in sync with web services?

We have decided to build separate applications for user authentication and user management. The reason is that the the former is a "this just needs to always work, and do so instantly" style service, ...
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What is the Enterprise Architecture Pattern called for a web service wrapping a web service?

As part of a service orientated architecture (SOA) I've been asked to create a web service which itself acquires data from a third party web service. I'm to hide any implementation specific details ...
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Service Design approach - one generic operation, and its implications

The hot topic in our organization is Service Design Approach. First Approach - The team wants to design services which essentially have one operation, can take any XML and return response XML ...
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What is the most elegant way to handle a loop between two systems integrated remotely by webhook events?

So I'm developing this small engine that does a remote integration between two systems in order to sync data, both systems have webhooks for create & update events, and both have APIs (one is REST ...
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114 views

Is a Mission Oriented Architecture (MOA) a better way to describe things than SOA?

I might sound like a troll, but I would like to seriously understand this deeper. The place I work at has started to use the term MOA, versus SOA as we believe it drives more clarity and want to ...
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135 views

Is ROA a specific form of doing SOA?

I have read somewhere that ROA (Resource Oriented Architecture) is SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) with specific constraints added. SOA is the abstract concept of combining discrete pieces of ...
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156 views

What factors should be considered before deciding to build a message bus with SOAP services? [closed]

It would seem to me that the cost of having a team of developers build and maintain all the components necessary to provide routing, workflow orchestration, durability, security and the other features ...
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Does SOA service composition actually work in practice?

One of the main SOA service design principles is Service Composability principle (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Service_composability_principle). The idea is that by composing new services using ...
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DDD - Domain Object calling a web service

Is it ok to call a webservice from a Domain object?. As I write the question I am thinking that you should never do that, as it is poor design, but the situation is the following: I have a domain ...
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Reuse Business Logic between Web and API

We have a website and two mobile apps that connect through an API. All the platforms do the exactly same things. Right now the structure is the following: Website. It manages models, controllers, ...
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SOA in .NET 4.5 with MSMQ Durability

I have been doing some investigation regarding ASP.NET Web API. I have enjoyed using the WCF REST template to create new RESTful web services, and Web API seems to be a cleaner iteration on that. ...
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Learning Issued Token in Federated Service

I would like to learn federated WCF service. I have the following in my system. • Windows XP • Visual Studio 2010 Express • SQL Server 2008 Express Is it possible to create a federated ...
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Where does Java get its SOA reputation from?

I see lots of SOA books surrounding Java and have always had the subliminal notion that Java is the "right" language for robust/enterprisey SOA, even though I know what SOA involves and that it is ...
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Does Service-Oriented Architecture require the robustness principle?

I try to migrate more and more of our IT infrastructure to a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), that means separation of independent tasks and implementation of this tasks as decoupled services, ...
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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 ...
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Why should I use JAX-RS REST instead of normal servlets?

I'm teaching myself J2EE technologies using Glassfish as my webserver and EJB container. I'm very interested in learning REST as well, and developing an application that is adherent to the rules of ...
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485 views

How REST is used outside of the web

I was recently reading the Wikipedia article for Resource-Oriented Architectures (ROA) and stumbled across an article that made the assertion that, although REST is a technology that is very-well ...
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430 views

Services or Shared Libraries?

I work in an environment where we have several different web applications, where each of them have different features but still need to do similar things: authentication, read from common data ...
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What's the best practice to do SOA exception handling?

Here's some interesting debate going on between me and my colleague when coming to handle SOA exceptions: On one side, I support what Juval Lowy said in Programming WCF Services 3rd Edition: As ...
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Why do people think SOAP is deprecated? [closed]

While browsing SO today I found this question here and it starts with this: Sure, you're gonna tell me that SOAP is depracated and all, well i'm forced to use it Found lots of statement like ...
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Is SOA suitable for developers or only for business/IT management people?

Let's suppose you're the lead of a team of developers that needs to build a big information system such as an ERP or Human Resources software, or whatever system that is composed by multiple business ...