Ann: Web Services Implementation Guide
- Getting value from stuff you don't own is a compelling
idea. Just think, someone else has created something
that has value, and has made it available to you. You
can now leverage its value in ways that makes all
parties richer. That's the promise of web services.
You need to know about web services. The advent of
standards-based web services marks a new era of
system development. First mainframe, then client-server,
the Web, now web services makes it possible to leverage
every legacy system of the past and do so much more
with your information assets.
Architag Press, a division of Architag International
Corporation, announces the publication of Web Services
Implementation Guide, Volume 1: Getting Started, by
Brian E. Travis and Mae Ozkan.
Sample chapters of the book is available at
This book will show you what a web service is, and
how you can align your internal systems and external
trading partner interactions to take advantage of this
new concept in system integration.
You will learn about the "Three Steps to Web Services":
* Automate internal systems
* Determine integration points
* Expose integration points as web services
This book is for systems architects, developers,
and I.T. decision makers.
Highlights in this book:
* Written in a light, entertaining style.
* Emphasis on architectural design for web services.
* A tutorial on the state of web services standards.
* Plenty of real-life examples of web service use.
* Tutorials on the key technologies: XML, SOAP,
WSDL and UDDI.
* Code samples of key XML-based web services
technologies and extensions.
* Companion Web site with all code samples and
Download sample chapters of Web Services Implementation
Guide at http://www.architag.com/press/wsig/.
Stanford Powers, Publisher Architag International Corp
Phone: 866-898-0001 Outside US: +1-303-426-3126
Email: spowers@... Fax: 720-294-1396