A service inventory architecture is designed to accommodate the composition and recomposition of
The scope and size of different service inventory architectures can vary.
Each service composition within a service inventory shares the same service composition
One SOA type can inherit the features and limitations of another SOA type with a broader scope. For
example, the environment and conventions established by the service-oriented enterprise
architecture can be carried over into individual service inventory architectures.
A typical service-oriented enterprise architecture specification can encompass:
A service architecture is most comparable in scope to a traditional:
The State Repository pattern is one of the core patterns that comprise the Enterprise Service Bus
pattern because complex compositions often include long periods of inactivity while waiting for
composed services to complete their processing, thereby providing an opportunity to defer state
from memory to a state repository.
Which of the following statements regarding the application of the State Repository pattern is false?
The application of the Legacy Wrapper pattern typically results in:
Which of the following statements is true?