Improved systems management
It provides security interchange for RESTful Web services.
It enforces authentication and authorization within an SOA.
It provides an end-to-end security context among Web services.
It provides a security implementation for Enterprise Service Buses (ESB).
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.
A. Reuse services across lines of business.
B. Build services for only the most important business functions.
C. Build general services that can perform a variety of business tasks.
D. Reimplement all services on a consistent hardware and software platform.
A. Government regulations for communication and interoperability between companies continue to change.
B. The cost of healthcare is increasing extremely fast and SOA will bring the costs back under control.
C. Since doctors and other medical practitioners do not understand IT, SOA can shield theseroles from the underlying technology implementation.
D. Medical providers at smaller companies that use .Net can communicate to larger parent companies that use Java through Web services interoperability.
A. Automate and optimize processes
B. Security, governance and infrastructure
C. Governance, infrastructure and connectivity
D. Interoperability, standards and application integration
E. High availability of hardware, operational systems and services
A. Real-time performance is critical.
B. An immediate Return on Investment (ROI) is required.
C. The application interfaces require a high degree of customization.
D. Business functionality is required by many parts of the organization.
A. Automation of document processing will be difficult.
B. Extremely high volume, synchronous, real-time transactions will occur.
C. Integration costs continue to grow without being offset by new business opportunities.
D. IT budget will increase to cover the cost of additional governance and development activities.
A. Outsource the shipping function to reduce overhead costs.
B. Create services that combine application and information assets.
C. Create shared services to eliminate redundancies in the process.
D. Choose the latest technology available to integrate the applications and resources.
A. Reuse and security
B. Loose coupling and reuse
C. Governance and integration
D. Point-to-point integration and extensibility
A. It is a business policy or decision procedure.
B. Items are accumulated and then processed together.
C. It is a series of tasks connected together like building blocks.
D. It enables interactions between message consumers and providers.
C. Loose coupling
D. Separation of concerns
E. Composite implementation
A. Two or more SOA services may be connected together to create a new business process, such as in the case of a mashup.
B. Business users can visually assemble mashups by blending publicly available information and services with a company's internal information and services.
C. Syndication of site content is enabled through the use of SOA, since it involves standardized protocols, which permit end-users to make use of a site's data in another context.
D. The community that uses the SOA services can employ community mechanisms on the application, such as ratings and comments, to provide feedback so the application can be E.
D. Separation of concerns
A. Adherence to six-sigma business guidelines
B. A dashboard for reporting metrics to business analysts
C. The ability to pilot the solution in a production environment to business stakeholders
D. The capability to monitor and measure performance against business process goals
A. Use XML messages to provide interoperability
B. Service providers adopt one common data model for all services.
C. Enforce a common data model at the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) layer.
D. Business analysts create the integration logic details to negotiate between services.
A. The complete service lifecycle
B. Runtime lookup of service endpoints
C. Enhances messages through mediation
D. Transformation of messages between different technologies
A. Tasks can be rearranged without impact to the user.
B. Business rules can be dynamically stopped at runtime.
C. New services can be built at runtime without any special tooling.
D. Business processes can be automated so they do not require feedback.
A. They establish a Center of Excellence (CoE) to monitor and report on the SOA services performance.
B. They contact a third party to analyze and evaluate the new processes against the business objectives.
C. They set and monitor Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to track performance against the business objectives.
D. They model the new processes in a business model simulator to identify bottlenecks and potential performance issues.
A. The company wanted development and operations to be as simple as possible.
B. The company wanted to break down department silos and encourage everyone to use the same set of tools.
C. Most of the company's processes were 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. Services are discoverable
B. Services use Web 2.0 technology.
C. Services are exposed by an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB).
D. Services are composed into broader business functionality.
E. Services contain logic to provide compatibility across technologies.
A. To provide the governance of services by limiting who can access services
B. To provide point-to-point connection of service consumers and service providers
C. To provide flexibility that allows business process inefficiencies to be rapidly corrected
D. To ensure a seamless flow of information from anywhere at any time using a variety of protocols