Interoperability of Information Systems
David Abram, Instructor
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3. Java Web Services: Up and Running, Martin Kalin, O’Reilly, ISBN: 978-0-596-52112-7
4. Java SOA Cookbook, Eben Hewitt, O’Reilly, ISBN: 978-0-596-52072-4
5. E-Government Interoperability and Information Resource Integration - Frameworks for Aligned Development, Petter Gottschalk i Hans Solli-Sæther, IGI Global, ISBN 978-1-60566-648-8
Minimum learning outcomes
- Identify key interoperability features such as the purpose, the goal, factors, benefits, levels, types, fields and interoperability strategy.
- Justify the importance of using markup language for implementation of interoperability and select the most appropriate markup language for a particular application.
- Recommend using one of the available technologies used by service providers for the purpose of interoperability architecture of distributed systems.
- Self-assess the justification of the use of Web services in achieving the interoperability of information systems.
- Re-examine the possibility of introducing SOA architecture in the development of the information system.
- Choose necessary and required standards of communication, information exchange and storage formats important for interoperability
- Compare the information system that implements the safety aspects of interoperability, and one that does not use them.
Preferred learning outcomes
- Assess the justification for the introduction of interoperability in the public and private organizations in terms of e-commerce, the legal framework, strategies and interoperability framework.
- Compare the implementation of markup languages in interoperability of information systems and argued opinion.
- Choose and justify the use of technologies used in service in more complex cases for integration of distributed systems.
- Recommend the use of security aspects in the Web service when it is most appropriate to achieve the interoperability of information systems.
- Select the option of introducing new services in the SOA architecture or reusing of existing services.
- Rocommend the standards of communication, information exchange and storage formats important for interoperability
- Determine which security mechanisms should be used on existing interoperable services to ensure optimal protection.