SOA

Courseware - Software Processes

  • Software life-cycle and process models
  • Software process capability maturity models
  • Approaches to process improvement
  • Process assessment models
  • Software process measurements

 

 

CSE445/598 Project on Multithreading and Multi-Core Processing (ASU)

 

 

Material Type:

  • Profesores
  • Estudiantes
  • OpenMP*
  • Software Engineering
  • Software Processes
  • Multithreading
  • multicore
  • distributed
  • Service
  • WSDL
  • soap
  • xml
  • distributed software development
  • SOA
  • Services
  • database
  • workflow
  • cloud
  • Textbook
  • threading
  • Web Computing
  • web service
  • Cloud Computing
  • Computación en paralelo
  • Subprocesos
  • Arizona State University Repository of Services and Applications (ASU)

    This repository lists the deployed examples of Web services, Web applications and other Web resources used in the textbook (Y. Chen, W.T. Tsai, Service-Oriented Computing and Web Software Integration, Third Edition, Kendall/Hunt Publishing, 2011, ISBN 978-0-7575-9239-3). The tables include the name, description, the URL where the item is deployed, the type of the item, and the page number of the section where the item is discussed in the text.

    On-Demand Webcasts

    Service Oriented Enterprise: An Architect's View
    This presentation introduces some of the emergent technologies and architecture such as SOA, Grid, and Virtualization under the umbrella of Service Oriented Enterprise (SOE). Topics covered include the Service Oriented Enterprise Framework and its components: SOA, SOM, SOI. Learn how technology innovations developed by Intel and its industry partners can provide a model for deployment of the SOE Enterprise. (60MB)

  • SOA
  • webcasts
  • Virtualización
  • Beyond the Simple Proxy: Using a Service Gateway to Secure the Extended Enterprise with Bi-Directional Protocol Handling

    Large Enterprises face a constant challenge in balancing technology costs with new business goals. Many enterprises have existing business processes bound up in applications that communicate using ‘legacy’ protocols such as FTP and MQ, which were really designed for behind the firewall operation in a trusted network. Given these constraints what’s the best way for a large Enterprise to extend these applications to external customers and partners without relying on an expensive re-engineering effort or concentrating risk in a single vendor?

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