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Ch 10: Service-Oriented Architecture

About This Chapter

Need to know more about service-oriented architecture principles, patterns and key term definitions? You can refer to the lessons in this chapter if you need to brush up on these kinds of topics for computer science class discussions, quizzes or exams.

Service-Oriented Architecture - Chapter Summary

From authentication to variants, you will find that this chapter covers everything you need to know about service-oriented architecture (SOA) if you're currently enrolled in a computer science course. You will review lessons devoted to such topics as granularity, governance, extensions and implementation. Other lessons compare SOA to client-server architecture and differences between SOA, microservers and application programming interface (API). Access text lessons from any device, at any time, or print transcripts to use for quick reference. Track your progress on your Dashboard and measure how much you've learned with short self-assessment quizzes as you move from lesson to lesson. The lessons in this chapter will help you to:

  • Define and provide examples of service-oriented architecture
  • Describe the authentication and implementation of SOA
  • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of SOA
  • Detail principles of and patterns in service-oriented architecture
  • Explain service granularity principle and SOA governance

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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