Web Services

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Web services have now started making a mark in the world of business by building business automation capabilities. The potential tangible benefits of web services have make strategists, executives, critics to evaluate it in terms of technology adoption and incorporation into the existing intranet, extranet and internet environments. This book addresses the web services arena with a specific agenda of providing information right from covering the fundamental aspects to its deployment and implementation issues. The content is introductory in nature, and covers not only the technology aspects, but also highlights the application scenarios across the industry. In order to illustrate the potential of web services, a case study exemplifying the Financial and Banking Services industry has been chosen for presentation the book. Part I of the book provides an overview of web services and covers the evolution of web services to its present form. In Part II, constituents of web services are covered in detail. This part also covers predominant mechanisms of accessing and availing web services. In Part III, Financial and Banking Services Industry has been chosen for a detailed analysis of the impact of web services technology. Emphasis of this part is on the detailed case study that deals with the development and implementation exercise of web services as applied to a particular enterprise banking organization. This case study provides elaborate step-by-step details from proof-of-concept to prototype development. Audience: This book is designed for IT professionals in the making, those who teach and all those who implement. The primary audiences for this book are the following: Academicians, Professors, Educators, Trainers and Students Enterprise Solution Architects and Designers Business and Technology professionals.Table of Contents: PART I: Overview Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Emergence of Web Services Chapter 3. Web Services Application Scenario PART II: The Core Chapter 4. Extensible Markup Language Chapter 5. Simple Object Access Protocol Chapter 6. Web Services Description Language Chapter 7. Registries: Universal Description, Discovery and Integration Chapter 8. Remote Procedure Call and Messaging PART III: The Case Study Chapter 9. Web Services: Industry Adoption Chapter 10. Case Study: Context Setting Chapter 11. Case Study: A Proposed Solution Appendix Chapter 12. Appendix A Core Services Chapter 13. Appendix B: Web-based Services Chapter 14. Appendix C: Application Server-based Services Chapter 15. Appendix D: The .NET Service Chapter 16. Appendix E: Web Services Chapter 17. Appendix F: Clients for Web Services


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Web services have now started making a mark in the world of business by building business automation capabilities. The potential tangible benefits of web services have make strategists, executives, critics to evaluate it in terms of technology adoption and incorporation into the existing intranet, extranet and internet environments. This book addresses the web services arena with a specific agenda of providing information right from covering the fundamental aspects to its deployment and implementation issues. The content is introductory in nature, and covers not only the technology aspects, but also highlights the application scenarios across the industry. In order to illustrate the potential of web services, a case study exemplifying the Financial and Banking Services industry has been chosen for presentation the book. Part I of the book provides an overview of web services and covers the evolution of web services to its present form. In Part II, constituents of web services are covered in detail. This part also covers predominant mechanisms of accessing and availing web services. In Part III, Financial and Banking Services Industry has been chosen for a detailed analysis of the impact of web services technology. Emphasis of this part is on the detailed case study that deals with the development and implementation exercise of web services as applied to a particular enterprise banking organization. This case study provides elaborate step-by-step details from proof-of-concept to prototype development. Audience: This book is designed for IT professionals in the making, those who teach and all those who implement. The primary audiences for this book are the following: Academicians, Professors, Educators, Trainers and Students Enterprise Solution Architects and Designers Business and Technology professionals.Table of Contents: PART I: Overview Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Emergence of Web Services Chapter 3. Web Services Application Scenario PART II: The Core Chapter 4. Extensible Markup Language Chapter 5. Simple Object Access Protocol Chapter 6. Web Services Description Language Chapter 7. Registries: Universal Description, Discovery and Integration Chapter 8. Remote Procedure Call and Messaging PART III: The Case Study Chapter 9. Web Services: Industry Adoption Chapter 10. Case Study: Context Setting Chapter 11. Case Study: A Proposed Solution Appendix Chapter 12. Appendix A Core Services Chapter 13. Appendix B: Web-based Services Chapter 14. Appendix C: Application Server-based Services Chapter 15. Appendix D: The .NET Service Chapter 16. Appendix E: Web Services Chapter 17. Appendix F: Clients for Web Services
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Title Web Services Height
B V Kumar , S V Subrahmanya Width
ISBN-13 9780070593787 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0070593787 Spine Width
Publisher Tata McGraw-Hill Pages 492
Edition 2010 Availability In Stock

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