Chris has already reported this over at SOA Tips’n’Tricks: a new Redbook in the Patterns for e-business series is SOA Design using WebSphere Message Broker and WebSphere ESB (I notice that WebSphere DataPower also gets a chapter or two). I’m fortunate enough to work in the same team as one of the authors, Kim Clark – one of the worldwide experts on SOA design and implementation. The book is currently in draft, but I’ll be checking it out anyway.
If you are familiar with WebSphere Application Server then you will no doubt know that the Handbooks are some of the key books to read. There’s now also a WebSphere Service Registry and Repository Handbook, and I’m sure this is going to be just as valuable as the other handbooks we publish.
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