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SOA: From Modeling to Implementation Volume 47, Number 3, 2008 Click to enlarge
SJ 47-3
As many businesses, applications, and platforms make the transition to a service-oriented architecture (SOA), significant changes are required in business process design as well as in modeling and solution development. To this end, innovative techniques, tools, and methodologies from a variety of SOA deployments are being developed for use in future solutions. This issue contains eight papers which describe challenges and insights related to modeling, testing, and governance, which have emerged from SOA engagements in a variety of industries.
Table of Contents Papers in:        Order No. G321-0170-00
Message from the General Manager, Global Consulting Services and SOA Robert LeBlanc  
Preface D. Seidman and J. J. Ritsko p. 355
Creating and maintaining coherency in loosely coupled systems R. High, Jr., G. Krishnan, and M. Sanchez p. 357
SOMA: A method for developing service-oriented solutions A. Arsanjani, S. Ghosh, A. Allam, T. Abdollah, S. Ganapathy, and K. Holley p. 377
SOMA-ME: A platform for the model-driven design of SOA solutions L.-J. Zhang, N. Zhou, Y.-M. Chee, A. Jalaldeen, K. Ponnalagu, R. R. Sindhgatta, A. Arsanjani, and F. Bernardini p. 397
Model-driven synthesis of SOA solutions J. K. Strosnider, P. Nandi, S. Kumaran, S. Ghosh, and A. Arsnajani p. 415
The IBM telecommunications service delivery platform S. Ramanathan, M. Alexander, and G. Kerr p. 433
A runtime-adaptable service bus design for telecom operations support systems I.-Y. Chen, G.-K. Ni, and C.-Y. Lin p. 445
Business-process-driven gray-box SOA testing Z. J. Li, H. F. Tan, H. H. Liu, J. Zhu, and N. M. Mitsumori p. 457
Increasing business flexibility and SOA adoption through effective SOA governance R. Varadan, K. Channabasavaiah, S. Simpson, K. Holley, and A. Allam p. 473

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