SOA-School - Modul 1 - Fundamental SOA & Service-Oriented Computing

Question 1 of 4

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Which of the following statements does not make sense?

Select one of the following:

  • A. Intrinsic interoperability is important because it helps increase the quantity of integration projects that may be required to accommodate new business requirements, thereby fostering agility.

  • B. Intrinsic interoperability is important because it enables services to exchange data without having to resort to transformation technologies.

  • C. Intrinsic interoperability is important because it is fundamental to enabling services to be repeatedly composed.

  • D. Intrinsic interoperability is important because one of the goals of service-oriented computing is to increase intrinsic interoperability.

Question 2 of 4

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Which of the following statements is true?

Select one of the following:

  • A. To apply service-orientation requires the use of Web services.

  • B. Web services are required in order to build service-oriented solutions.

  • C. When discussing SOA and service-oriented computing, the term "Web service" must always be synonymous with (have the same meaning as) the term "service".

  • D. None of these statements are true.

Question 3 of 4

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Which of the following statements is true?

Select one of the following:

  • A. "Contract first" design is important to SOA because it makes you think about service contract design options at the same time that you are building the underlying service logic.

  • B. "Contract first" design is important to SOA because it forces you to establish standardized service contracts prior to the development of the underlying service logic.

  • C. "Contract first" design is important to SOA because without a contract, services cannot be invoked. However, there is no preference as to when, during the service delivery lifecycle, the contract should be designed or established.

  • D. "Contract first" design is an unproven design technique that is not commonly employed when delivering service-oriented solutions and is therefore not considered important to SOA.

Question 4 of 4

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Which of the following statements is true?

Select one of the following:

  • A. "Contract first" design is important to SOA because it makes you think about service contract design options at the same time that you are building the underlying service logic.

  • B. "Contract first" design is important to SOA because it forces you to establish standardized service contracts prior to the development of the underlying service logic.

  • C. "Contract first" design is important to SOA because without a contract, services cannot be invoked. However, there is no preference as to when, during the service delivery lifecycle, the contract should be designed or established.

  • D. "Contract first" design is an unproven design technique that is not commonly employed when delivering service-oriented solutions and is therefore not considered important to SOA.

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SOA-School - Modul 1 - Fundamental SOA & Service-Oriented Computing

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