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Service-Oriented Architecture

Service-Oriented Architecture

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Product is rated as #22 in category APIs

Based on an understanding of architectural styles, you will review architectures for web applications, then explore the basics of Service–Oriented Architecture (SOA) in two approaches: Web Services (WS*) and Representational State Transfer (REST) architecture. In the Capstone Project you will connect a Java–based Android application with Elasticsearch, a web service with a REST application programmer interface (API). After completing this course, you will be able to: – Describe SOA (Service–Oriented Architecture) to structure web–based systems. – Explain WS* services (i.e., SOAP over HTTP, WSDL, UDDI, BPEL). – Apply REST architecture (i.e., JSON over HTTP, URI). – Identify REST design principles. – Create a system using REST interfaces. – Apply microservice architecture.

Instructor Details

Kenny Wong is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computing Science, at the University of Alberta, Canada. He received his B.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from the University of Victoria, Canada. He has been a university instructor for 16 years, regularly teaching team-oriented, project-based software engineering courses, including several offerings of software process and product management. His research in software engineering focuses on analyzing the root causes of problems in the structure, behavior, and management of complex software systems.

Specification: Service-Oriented Architecture

Duration

11 hours

Year

2017

Level

Intermediate

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

41 reviews for Service-Oriented Architecture

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  1. Denny M

    Fun course to learn about all the basics.

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  2. Santosh S

    The narration is too fast and almost robotic .Preferable to have real teachers speaking like its a real class , makes it real.

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  3. Michel P

    good course, however I think it has too much focus on very old technologies (CORBA, SOAP), and not enough focus on more recent technologies (REST).

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  4. Ronald H

    Good Course, but I would have liked more examples of Web Services and a, perhaps short, tutorial on ElasticSearch web servies.

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  5. Xavier J

    Not enough examples were provided to demonstrate the required coursework; the particulars of the rubric didn’t match the assignment. Also, tying the assignments to an Android Studio project was overkill; the same principles could have been demonstrated with a SIMPLE java application.

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  6. Fredmar L P G

    Great..!

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  7. Amine K

    Great Course in SOA.

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  8. Soumyadipta S

    Good

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  9. Yariel I R

    great course!

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  10. Paul A

    Very good course, excellent information

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  11. Siddharth D

    A very good course for beginners.

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  12. Davis A

    Some components quite outdated!

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  13. Serjey G I

    easy

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  14. Chuanqi Z

    The difficulties of the home work is not that hard. The course can definitely dive deeper on some of the topics

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  15. LIU X

    very well designed project

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  16. Leone L P

    Very shallow course. Quite incomplete and inconclusive final project. It was, without a doubt, the worst course of specialization. In general terms, I believe that we can not even consider these four courses a real specialization.

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  17. AMIT K J

    Nice !

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  18. Cassio R S S

    A bit superficial and the assignments are not challenging at all, but still worth while.

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  19. Subob H S

    Satisfied overall, but my suggestion is you should improve the final project. Make the students able to see the GET / POST / PUT / DELETE method when calling the remote server, more details for what is learned in this course.

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  20. Alexey P

    It’s better to name this course like Introduction to web services. The first two courses was useful for middle developers (and upper). It’s just introduction for juniors. I think this course should not be included to “Software Design and Architecture”. If consider this course as an introduction, it’s better to remove a section of legacy UDDI and BPEL and replace by GraphQL and JSON RPC.

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  21. Eduardo I

    Excelent course, the describe basic and advanced information about web technologies, distributed systems, web services, soa architecture and micro services.

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  22. Christoph A

    Very goodcontent. Assignments are interesting, but their content is not really covered in the course (UML, mobile app programming).

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  23. Partha B

    Every thing was good. The assignment review takes time 🙁

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  24. Light0617

    )Iove the final assignment. If there are more, it will be better.

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  25. david a

    Lots of legacy information. Week 3 had the most value for me personally.

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  26. Marco V P B

    Excelente

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  27. Akshit G

    The course can go more in depth with the RESTful API design aspects. However, you can get past that by just referring to and reading the provided course notes thoroughly. Overall, the course does a great job for substituting a college level course in Intro to Service Oriented Architecture.

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  28. Luis M M R

    very good

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  29. Heena H

    Amazing explanation and examples to help understand each concept. Really glad to enroll in this course. I am more knowledgable now than I was. Thank you so much for building this beautiful course.

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  30. Zayar S T

    Facinating Course.

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  31. DIEGO M G R

    Nice

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  32. Nguyen K T

    very useful

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  33. Ronny G M G

    Excelentes conceptos de SOA

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  34. GARY L V

    Excelente

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  35. Lorenzo C

    Good introdutcion to SOA.

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  36. Arshad N

    Well designed course

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  37. Qing Z

    The content is pretty good. The peer assignment is not hard, but took a lots of time to receive grade. The reason is that, the course doesn’t have enough students…

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  38. luis j r

    A good starting point to understand SOA.

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  39. JAAFAR I

    good course

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  40. Cesar H

    Very good course!

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  41. Daniel R P

    Excellent

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