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Why don't typical enterprise projects go as smoothly as projects you develop forthe Web? Does the REST architectural style really present a viable alternative for building distributed systems and enterprise-class applications?
In this insightful book, three SOA experts provide a down-to-earth explanation of REST and demonstrate how you can develop simple and elegant distributed hypermedia systems by applying the Web's guiding principles to common enterprise computing problems. You'll learn techniques for implementing specific Web technologies and patterns to solve the needs of a typical company as it grows from modest beginnings to become a global enterprise.
- Learn basic Web techniques for application integration
- Use HTTP and the Web's infrastructure to build scalable, fault-tolerant enterprise applications
- Discover the Create, Read, Update, Delete (CRUD) pattern for manipulating resources
- Build RESTful services that use hypermedia to model state transitions and describe business protocols
- Learn how to make Web-based solutions secure and interoperable
- Extend integration patterns for event-driven computing with the Atom Syndication Format and implement multi-party interactions in AtomPub
- Understand how the Semantic Web will impact systems design
Dr. Jim Webber is Chief Scientist with Neo Technology where he researches novel graph databases and writes open source software. Previously, Jim spent time working with big graphs like the Web for building distributed systems, which led him to being co-author on the book REST in Practice, having previously written Developing Enterprise Web Services - An Architect's Guide. Jim is active in the development community, presenting regularly around the world. His blog is located at http://jimwebber.org (Lien -> http://jimwebber.org) and he tweets often @jimwebber.
Ian Robinson is the co-author of REST in Practice (O'Reilly Media, 2010). Ian is an engineer at Neo Technology, working on a distributed version of the Neo4j database. Prior to joining the engineering team, Ian served as Neo's Director of Customer Success, managing the training, professional services, and support arms of Neo, and working with customers to design and develop mission-critical graph database solutions. Ian came to Neo Technology from ThoughtWorks, where he was SOA Practice Lead and a member of the CTO's global Technical Advisory Board. Ian presents frequently at conferences worldwide on topics including the application of graph database technologies, and RESTful enterprise integration.