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achieving the overall goals of adopting SOA. More often than not, these integration-related challenges are incorrectly interpreted and misconstrued as a failure of SOA itself. When I conduct technical reviews of large Service-Oriented Architecture deployments, I nd that quite often the enterprise integration approaches and techniques adopted have been less than optimal, resulting in lower-than-expected performance characteristics. Addressing this aspect, therefore, is very critical. Waseem Roshen has addressed this speci c area very well through this book. Readers gain an excellent understanding of what the underlying legacy technologies are from an integration perspective. They can use this understanding to learn what the various integration techniques and patterns are and, most importantly, when and where they need to be applied. In my opinion, simple, easy-to-understand examples with descriptive code fragments that illustrate the techniques are the highlight of this book. The practical experience Waseem Roshen has gained through his interaction with clients and the project situations he has been exposed to are at the core of what he has eloquently articulated in this book. The various sections in this book present just enough theory, substantiated by illustrative and easy-to-understand examples supported by code fragments that demonstrate the implementation. This book is a must-read for any technical manager, architect, designer, developer, or quality assurance practitioner who is engaged in or about to be engaged in a project that is adopting Service-Oriented Architecture and needs to integrate with legacy or package applications. Ray Harishankar IBM Fellow Columbus Ohio March 2009
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