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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Very Good Text Book But..... July 6 2009
By Ahmed Al Mousawi - Published on Amazon.com
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I have read the first 4 chapters of the book so far and my views on it:
1. Difficult language, stuffed too much for University type lectures
2. Too explanatory and repetitive; especially the first 3 chapters.
3. Dull has no start and end guidelines; very nested discussions
4. Un necessary theoretical formulas and too much of a jargon (for me at least not required)
5. Rich and wealth of information, can be used as a reference for creating strong RFP document

i don't know, i did not like the book, although, am consistent on reading it and finish it to the end, hope will find some more good easy chapters to digest and understand. Good Luck guys
Don't use with Kindle App Sept. 30 2014
By jg - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This book drones-on a bit and if you're thinking about using the Kindle application on a Mac or iOS to read it -- think again! Like most, if not all, the Kindle textbooks it is a collection of scanned images so it barely scrolls and all the Kindle features regarding text don't work.
Interesting May 18 2014
By JESUS GUILLERMO ESPINOSA - Published on Amazon.com
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Though the concepts sometimes might be a bit confusing, and the figures/frameworks might also not be that clear. Is missing more examples. Overall is ok.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Disappointing Jan. 6 2010
By Christopher Bertelsen - Published on Amazon.com
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Personally, I found this book disappointing.

I was hoping for a book that provided analysis and comparison between frameworks and models. For the most part, the book lists out a bunch of buzzwords and defines them. This was all stuff available on the Internet.
2 of 9 people found the following review helpful
SOA Networking evolves to Cloud Networking and Cloud Computing Oct. 9 2009
By Gary E. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
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Having worked in the Telecommunications Industry for a number of years, I was aware that Dan Minoli has long been viewed as a guru in the industry. He has numerous books to his credit and has written articles for a number of Networking and Telecommunication Magazines.

A few years back I took an interest in XML, Web Services and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) particulaly from the aspect of how "Services" might impact networking. I read and had discussions with many leaders in the industry on the topics of SOA Security, Governance and Networking. This interest lead me to the opportunity to collaborate with Dan and I made a contribution to this book on SOA Networking (Chapter 11) outlining my vision of where I thought this field was evolving. Since this book was published we have seen that the term "Global SOA" has been replaced by "Cloud Computing". Thus the reference in the book to my blog "SOA Network Architect" should now reference my new blog the "Cloud Computing Architect".

This book is an excellent overview of Enterpise Architecture Frameworks and the necessary IT Infrastructure needed to support them.

Gary E. Smith
Cloud Computing Architect