Service-oriented Modeling: Service Analysis, Design, and Architecture
How do we start with service modeling? How do we analyze services for better reusability? Who should be involved? How do we create the best architecture model for our organization? This must-read for all enterprise leaders gives you all the answers and tools needed to develop a sound service-oriented architecture in your organization.
Praise for Service-Oriented Modeling
Service Analysis, Design, and Architecture
"Michael Bell has done it again with a book that will be remembered as a key facilitator of the global shift to Service-Oriented Architecture. . . . With this book, Michael Bell provides that foundation and more-an essential bible for the next generation of enterprise IT."
-Eric Pulier, Executive Chairman, SOA Software
"Michael Bell's insightful book provides common language and techniques for business and technology organizations to take advantage of the SOA paradigm. By focusing modeling techniques on the business problem, Bell provides a way for professionals to work throughout the life cycle to create reusable and enduring services."
-Mike Zbranak, CIO, Chase Card Services
"This book will become an imperative business and technology service-oriented modeling recipe for any manager, architect, modeler, analyst, and developer in today's software development industry."
-Jeff Schneider, CEO, MomentumSI
"'Innovative' and 'groundbreaking' are words that best describe Michael Bell's Service-Oriented Modeling. It depicts a true service modeling approach that elegantly closes a clear and critical service modeling gap in the SOA industry. This holistic book ties these concepts together using real-world examples across a service life cycle that transitions services from ideas and concepts into production assets that deliver business value. A must-read for business and technical SOA practitioners."
-Eric A. Marks, CEO, AgilePath Corporation
"As hot as SOA is today, many business and technology professionals still find it challenging to mind the gap between their disparate methodologies and objectives. Herein Michael Bell speaks clearly to both camps in straightforward language, outlining disciplines each can use to communicate effectively and advance the realization of corporate aims. This book is a bible for all who seek to drive business/technology into the future."
-Mark Edward Goodrich, Director, Investing Product Management, Reuters Media
"This book takes senior IT architects and systems designers into the depths of modeling for SOA, with a fresh new perspective on tools, terminology, and how to turn the theory into practice. His full life-cycle approach balances process, control, and accountability to align all the participants in the delivery pipeline-clearing the road for successful SOA business solutions."
-Phil Gilligan, Chief Technology Officer, EBS
Michael Bell is the founder of Methodologies Corporation, a service-oriented architecture-modeling firm. He is a software, modeling, and architecture strategist veteran with twenty-two years of experience designing, architecting, and building high-volume, real-time trading systems for Wall Street brokerage institutions, investment banking, credit card, and insurance firms, such as JPMorgan, Chase, Citibank, American Express, and UBS PaineWebber.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction.
Service-Oriented Modeling: What Is It About?
Driving Principles Of Service-Oriented Modeling.
Organizational Service-Oriented Software Assets.
Service-Oriented Modeling Process Stakeholders.
Modeling Services Introduction: A Metamorphosis Embodiment.
Service-Oriented Modeling Disciplines: Introduction.
Service-Oriented Modeling Framework.
Part One. Service-Oriented Life Cycle.
Chapter 2. Service-Oriented Life Cycle Model.
Service-Oriented Life Cycle Model Principles.
Service-Oriented Life Cycle Model Structure.
Service-Oriented Life Cycle Disciplines.
Chapter 3. Service-Oriented Life Cycle Perspectives.
Service-Oriented Life Cycle Workflows: Introduction.
Planning Service-Life Cycle Workflows.
Service Life Cycle Progress View.
Service Life Cycle Iteration View.
Service Life Cycle Touch-Points View.
Part Two. Service-Oriented Conceptualization.
Chapter 4. Attribution Analysis.
Establishing Core Attributes.
Establishing An Attribution Model.
Chapter 5. Conceptual Service Identification.
Service Conceptualization Toolbox.
Conceptual Service Identification And Categorization.
Conceptual Service Association Process.
Conceptual Service Structure.
Part Three. Service-Oriented Discovery And Analysis.
Chapter 6. Service-Oriented Typing And Profiling Model.
Service Typing Namespaces.
Service Typing And Profiling Deliverables.
Chapter 7. Service-Oriented Discovery And Analysis: Implementation Mechanisms.
Service-Oriented Assets And Analysis Activites.
Service Discovery And Analysis Toolbox.
Combining Service Analysis Methods.
Service-Oriented Discovery And Analysis Deliverables Model.
Chapter 8. Service-Oriented Analysis Modeling.
Analysis Modeling Guiding Principles.
Analysis Proposition Diagrams.
Analysis Modeling Rules.
Analysis Modeling Process.
Service-Oriented Analysis Modeling Operations.
Part Four. Service-Oriented Business Integration.
Chapter 9. Business Architecture Contextual Perspectives.
Business Model Perspectives.
Chapter 10. Business Architecture Structural Perspectives.
Business Architecture Structural Integration Model.
Business Domain Integration Structures.
Business Domain Geographic Boundaries.
Business Domain Distribution Formations.
Business Domain Control Structures.
Chapter 11. Service-Oriented Business Integration Modeling.
Service-Oriented Business Integration Modeling Principles.
Service-Oriented Business Integration Diagram.
Business Architecture Deliverables Model.
Part Five. Service-Oriented Design Model.
Chapter 12. Service-Oriented Logical Design Relationship.
Design Logical Relationship Major Influences.
A Formal Service Logical Relationship Notation.
Roles In The Service-Oriented Design Context.
Service Design Visibility Aspects.
Service-Oriented Logical Design Relationship Diagram.
Chapter 13. Service-Oriented Logical Design Composition.
What Is A Service-Oriented Logical Design Composition?
Service-Oriented Design Composition Components
Service-Oriented Design Composition Styles.
Logical Design Composition Strategies.
Chapter 14. Service-Oriented Transaction Model.
Service-Oriented Transaction Planning Success Criteria.
Logical Design View: Service-Oriented Transaction Diagram.
Conveying Functionality In The Activity Section.
Planning Service-Oriented Transactions.
Part Six. Service-Oriented Software Architecture Principles.
Chapter 15. Service-Oriented Conceptual Architecture Principles.
Conceptual Architecture Elements.
Architectural Concepts As Machines.
Modeling Conceptual Architecture.
Chapter 16. Service-Oriented Logical Architecture Principles.
Logical Architecture Building Blocks.
Logical Architecture Perspectives.
Asset Utilization Diagram.
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