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SE 457 Service-Oriented Architecture

Steven Engelhardt

Spring 2017-2018
Class number: 34633
Section number: 910
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Online Campus

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Summary

An in-depth study of service oriented architecture (SOA) from the business,
architectural, and technology perspectives. The business perspective will
explain the imperatives behind SOA and discuss the significance of SOA in
industry. The architectural perspective will discuss the different
architectural models of software development and contrast these with SOA.
The technology perspective will provide students with the opportunity to
gain the required hands-on experience to analyze, design, implement and
deploy SOA solutions that will meet both functional and non-functional
requirements. Major topics include software architectures in practice, SOA
development lifecycle, Enterprise Service Bus, SOA analysis and design
methods, Web Services, and governance.



Texts

Thomas Erl. SOA: Principles of Service Design. Prentice-Hall, 2008. ISBN: 0-13-234482-3.


Grading

25% Homework, 25% Research Presentations, 25% Midterm Exam, 25% Final Exam


Prerequisites

SE 450 or CSC 435.


Administrivia and Introduction to SOA

Design Principles Part 1 Design Principles Part 2 Governance and Best Practices Mid-term Web Services Part 1 Web Services Part 2 Web Services Part 3 Case Studies and Advanced Topics Student Research Presentations, Review for Final

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