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SOA Without Web Services: a Pragmatic Implementation of SOA for Financial Transactions Systems

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SOA Without Web Services: a Pragmatic Implementation of SOA for Financial Transactions Systems
The Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) provides a methodology for designing software systems by integrating loosely coupled services. Compared to traditional distributed object-oriented architectures, SOA is more suitable to integrate heterogeneous systems, and more adaptable in a changing environment. This paper presents the design and implementation of a SOA framework for financial transaction applications. The framework provides an easy and uniform way for service composition in a controlled environment, and leverages Web service standards with efficient communication mechanisms and durable and/or transactional message queues. Specifically, the work addresses the following issues: 1) the incorporation of existing systems and protocols that are not Web-service compatible. This paper focuses on business processes of equities transactions using the FIX [6] protocol. 2) the configuration and deployment of services and service endpoints in a flexible and dynamic manner. 3) the cap...
Ziyang Duan, Subhra Bose, Charles A. Shoniregun, P
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where IEEESCC
Authors Ziyang Duan, Subhra Bose, Charles A. Shoniregun, Paul A. Stirpe, Alex Logvynovskiy
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