Java EE and .NET Interoperability: Integration Strategies, Patterns and Best Practices addresses issues encountered during the integration process, such as a diverse technology set, incompatible APIs and disparate environment maintenance. The authors outline strategies, approaches, and best practices including messaging, Web services, and integration-related frameworks and patterns.
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This book provides the Java EE (Enterprise Edition) and .NET developer community with multiple strategies to integrate between Java EE and .NET platforms. Topics include SOA as a building block for Java EE-.NET interoperability, interoperability security issues and risk mitigation, and interoperability technologies including Windows Communication Foundation, WSE 3.0, JAX-WS and Enterprise Service Bus.
Interoperability for security is a challenging subject. Thus adopting open standards for security interoperability is a good approach. Chapter 13 of this title, Java EE .NET Security Interoperability, the Secure Object Handler and secure tracer strategies are introduced as essential best practices for managing interoperability. These two strategies can be implemented in both Java and .NET platforms.
Excerpted from Java EE and .NET Interoperability: Integration Strategies, Patterns and Best Practices (ISBN: 978-0-13-147223-5) by Marina Fisher, Ray Lai, Sonu Sharma and Laurence Moroney.
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