To provide interoperability using XML-based messages
To provide an interface for human interaction using task lists
To provide loose coupling via remote method invocations using JAX-RPC
To implement the service functionality through interfaces defined in the applications' BPEL
Pairing up the appropriate service consumers and providers.
Buying prefabricated objects to quickly implement business functions.
Choreographing a business process to efficiently implement the desired business functions.
Designing and developing a new business process model rather than adapting an existing one.
For business flexibility
For resource virtualization
To improve systems management
A. Reuse services across lines of business.
B. Create services for only the most important business functions.
C. Create general services that can perform a variety of business tasks.
A. Many doctors and medical practitioners do not understand IT, and SOA can protect them from the underlying technology implementation.
B. The healthcare costs are rising increasingly, and SOA can help in controlling it.
C. Many doctors and medical practitioners do not understand IT, and SOA can protect them from the underlying technology implementation.
A. Automate and optimize processes.
B. Security, governance and infrastructure.
C. Governance, infrastructure, and connectivity.
A. The complete service lifecycle
B. Runtime lookup of service endpoints
C. Enhances messages through mediation
D. Transformation of messages between different technologies
A. By establishing a Center of Excellence (CoE) to monitor and report on the SOA services performance.
B. By contacting the third party to analyze and evaluate the new processes against the business objectives.
C. They can set and monitor Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to track performance against the business objectives.
A. The company wants development and operations to be as simple as possible.
B. The company wants to break down department silos and encourage everyone to use the same set of tools.
C. Most of the company's processes was manual or document-centric with little opportunity for automation.
D. The legacy system had grown in such a way that it was not easy to update and could not handle the emerging business demands.
A. A format for XML messaging.
B. An interface to a business process.
C. An Internet communications protocol.
D. The payload contents for a Web service message.
A. Service policy information.
B. Versions of software components.
C. Uncommitted transactions to enable compensation handling.
D. Service endpoint information to facilitate dynamic binding at runtime.
A. It provides the governance of services by limiting who can access services
B. It provides point-to-point connection of service consumers and service providers
C. To provide flexibility that allows business process inefficiencies to be rapidly corrected
A. Establish a service repository.
B. Acquire ongoing sponsorship by executives with active communication.
C. Formulate, control and oversee the proper maintenance and growth of business assets.
A. By defining and executing conformance checkpoints across the service life cycle.
B. By committing to a strategy for SOA in the context of the business goals and IT strategy.
C. By enabling SOA governance communication, education and mentor plans.
A. It provides a tool for controlling the distribution of Web services for a line of business.
B. It eliminates the risk in migrating a business from standard integration mechanisms to SOA.
C. It creates a clearly articulated decision framework for designing, implementing and managing SOA services.