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The author acknowledges Professor William F. Saam of Ohio State University for his support and encouragement throughout his career. It was due to the urging of Professor Saam that the author work in the eld of IT that this book has become possible. The origin of this book lies in a series of papers the author wrote for IBM s DeveloperWorks website. These papers explained, in a brief manner, the evolution of the services-based integration patterns. Part of the reason these papers were well received and won several awards was due to the excellent editing by the DeveloperWorks editors Patrick Flanders and Ashleigh Brothers. The work by these two editors helped crystallize many of the ideas presented in this book. The person most directly related to make the idea of this book into a reality is Wendy Rinaldi, an editorial director at McGraw-Hill. She pushed the idea of this book internally at McGraw-Hill and kept the project on track throughout the writing, editing, and production of the book. Thanks are also due to Joya Anthony for assisting Wendy in gathering various materials for the book. The person who is most directly related to the technical material of this book is Timothy (Tim) Frommeyer. Tim was the technical editor for this book. He ensured the material in the book was accurate, and he made numerous suggestions for improving the book s material. Many of his suggestions have been incorporated into the book. Acknowledgements are also due to the production staff, including Anupriya Tyagi and Bart Reed. Anupriya acted as the project manger for the book s production while Bart corrected the English as well as the presentation style. Because of the corrections made by these two people, the book has been rendered more readable. Lastly, thanks are due to Ray Harishankar, who wrote the foreword for this book. Ray Harishankar is an IBM Fellow. The author thanks Ray for taking time from his busy schedule to read the material of the book and then to write the foreword. In addition, the author is thankful to Sue Miller-Sylvia and Sandra (Sandy) Carter for reviewing some of the book s material and writing the endorsements.
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A fair number of books that discuss Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) are currently available on the market. So the logical question to ask is, Why there is a need for another book on SOA The reason for writing this book is that the books currently on the shelves do not cover a number of very important aspects of enterprise integration, which are described in the following list:
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Although enterprise integration and SOA are very intimately connected, a typical, currently available book does not presents a uni ed view of SOA-based patterns of integration. There are books that describe older patterns of integration. Separately, there are books that attempt to describe SOA. Some of these SOA books mostly describe how to develop Web Services by building new applications and ignore existing or legacy applications. Other books on SOA are too theoretical and therefore are of little help in building a SOA-based integrated structure. In other words, these books have lots of text and pictures but provide little practical guidance and code on how to build SOA. Presently, no book is available that describes the rationale for choosing the SOA-based integration method over other integration methods in an easy-to-understand, step-by-step manner. Legacy mainframe applications form the backbone of the IT systems of most large enterprises, including insurance companies, banks, airlines, governments, and so on. For such organizations, these mainframe applications perform all the mission-critical work. Examples include applications based on CICS and IMS transaction management systems. Currently, no book is available that describes how to integrate these mainframe applications using SOA.
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