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Scope of a SCA assembly [message #499638] Mon, 23 November 2009 15:20 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: michael.gebhart.googlemail.com

Hi,

I am currently trying to class SCA with the entire SOA topic and to put
it into an entire SOA development process.

Assuming, I have a big picture showing all my services and their
dependencies that are required to fulfill my business requirements. Now,
I want to realize this service-oriented architecture.

Which parts of this service landscape are now transferred into one SCA
assembly? Is every service a SCA assembly? Or is the entire landscape a
SCA assembly?

Greetings

Mike
Re: Scope of a SCA assembly [message #500202 is a reply to message #499638] Wed, 25 November 2009 11:00 Go to previous message
Vincent Zurczak is currently offline Vincent ZurczakFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi Mickael,


Michael Gebhart a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> I am currently trying to class SCA with the entire SOA topic and to put
> it into an entire SOA development process.
>
> Assuming, I have a big picture showing all my services and their
> dependencies that are required to fulfill my business requirements. Now,
> I want to realize this service-oriented architecture.
>
> Which parts of this service landscape are now transferred into one SCA
> assembly? Is every service a SCA assembly? Or is the entire landscape a
> SCA assembly?


I think you are misjudging SCA.
SCA has several facets. One of them is the implementation of services.
Just like web services.

Another one is related to integration.
Another one is related to combining services to create a higher-value
service (yes, just like BPEL, under another shape).

But clearly, one facet SCA does not have is SOA governance.
When you have your big picture, you can't see SCA.
Some of the services in your picture may be part of an SCA application,
but that's it. SCA won't help you to organize or classify your SOA
architecture. Or if it does, it's up to you to find how.

Regards,

Vincent.
Re: Scope of a SCA assembly [message #576530 is a reply to message #499638] Wed, 25 November 2009 11:00 Go to previous message
Vincent Zurczak is currently offline Vincent ZurczakFriend
Messages: 149
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member

Hi Mickael,


Michael Gebhart a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> I am currently trying to class SCA with the entire SOA topic and to put
> it into an entire SOA development process.
>
> Assuming, I have a big picture showing all my services and their
> dependencies that are required to fulfill my business requirements. Now,
> I want to realize this service-oriented architecture.
>
> Which parts of this service landscape are now transferred into one SCA
> assembly? Is every service a SCA assembly? Or is the entire landscape a
> SCA assembly?


I think you are misjudging SCA.
SCA has several facets. One of them is the implementation of services.
Just like web services.

Another one is related to integration.
Another one is related to combining services to create a higher-value
service (yes, just like BPEL, under another shape).

But clearly, one facet SCA does not have is SOA governance.
When you have your big picture, you can't see SCA.
Some of the services in your picture may be part of an SCA application,
but that's it. SCA won't help you to organize or classify your SOA
architecture. Or if it does, it's up to you to find how.

Regards,

Vincent.
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