Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: Entity Aggregation white paper released

    In my earlier posts, I was talking some of the real world challenges that an architect face while trying to implement SOA in their enterprise. Entity Aggregation is one of those problems. You can read more about entity aggregation here .
  • Blog Post: Integration Patterns preview released

    PAG has released the preview of integration patterns which can be found here . I contributed/co-author of the Entity Aggregation pattern which can be found here . My solo paper on Entity Aggregation will be released in MSDN sometime soon.
  • Blog Post: SOA - Real World Challenges reposted

    I guess I shouldn't post a blog during mid-night. Here is my second try. My views on real-world challenges can be found here
  • Blog Post: SOA Real-World challenges

    This post discusses some of the challenges architects/designers face while trying to implement SOA in their Enterprise. Our team has been working with customers for the past two and half years to implement SOA. This post reflects collective experience of our team. Most of the discussions around...
  • Blog Post: Making Services Idempotent - Part II

    I have created this as an article. Please follow this link .
  • Blog Post: Making Services Idempotent - II

    This post covers the scenarios where you are building web-service gateway over legacy applications. In my previous post we covered the basic implementation for making services idempotent. We talked about the notion of persistent log that keeps track of unique request messages and the necessity to scope...
  • Blog Post: Make Services Idempotent

    In the brave new world of service orientation, service requests may fail due to different reasons that may include network connectivity, resource failures (like db failure) etc. When a client receives a failure, all it can do is to retry for a while and then give up. This implies that the request may...
  • Blog Post: Service Boundaries, Business Services and Data

    One of the core tenets of SOA is that the services have a clearly defined boundary. Services explicitly choose to expose certain (business) functions outside the boundary. Another tenet of SOA is that a service - with in its boundary - owns, encapsulates and protect its private data. But, there are not...
  • Blog Post: SOA and OO contd...

    When I looked back at my last blog on SOA and OO, I figured out I digressed a little bit from the topic that I wanted to address. It was late in the evening and my mind was as quiescent as the little stormy weather that we were encountering in Redmond . In that post, I talked about first class abstractions...
  • Blog Post: SOA and OO

    Finally, I am back from a long vacation/business trips. Happy to be blogging again. Recently, some heated discussions are going on around the subject of SOA and OO. There are different schools of thoughts about this subject. Here is few of those SOA will make OO obsolete/redundant. SOA...
Page 1 of 1 (10 items)