SOA Design Patterns by Thomas Erl

Our ACE Team Hajo Normann, Torsten Winterberg , Bernd Trops and David Chappel, Clemens Utschig-Utschig & Berthold Maier from Oracle contributed to the new book “SOA Design Patterns” from Thomas Erl.


SOA Design Patterns, an innovative catalog of 85 design patterns for service-oriented architecture and service-orientation that documents the most proven and successful design techniques for succeeding with modern-day SOA. In conjunction with the release of the book, the new community site has been launched, providing an open forum for the on-going development and expansion of the pattern catalog.

Thomas Erl, the world’s top-selling SOA author and series editor of The Prentice Hall Service-Oriented Computing Series from Thomas Erl, spearheaded the community effort behind the creation of SOA Design Patterns. In development for over three years, the catalog has been subjected to comprehensive reviews by hundreds of industry professionals, employed by many of the world’s leading technology companies.

In support of the on-going expansion of the SOA design patterns catalog, the site launched in coordination with the book provides an open forum for the development and review of upcoming candidate patterns. Members of the SOA and patterns communities are welcome to contribute, review, and use the content on this site and can submit their own candidate patterns.

For the SOA patterns please please visit
-- Compensating Transaction
-- UI Mediator
-- Canonical Schema Canonical Schema Bus
-- Service Grid, which relies on
-- In Memory Fault Tolerant Collection, and may include -
-- In Memory Fault Tolerant Stateful Services and
-- Load Balanced Stateful Services .

We would like to encourage your to register and to contribute to our SOA Partner Community. Please feel free to contact us any time if we can support you and promote your success! For more details please visit our SOA Partner Community (OPN account required)
Jürgen Kress


Here's my brief review of this book:

Posted by Carlos Perez on August 09, 2010 at 01:51 PM CEST #

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