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Inventory Implementaion Patterns

Inventory Implementation Patterns represent the following set of patterns from the SOA Design Patterns catalog:

Dual Protocols (Erl)

How can a service inventory overcome the limitations of its canonical protocol while still remaining standardized?

Canonical Resources (Erl)

How can unnecessary infrastructure resource disparity be avoided?

State Repository (Erl)

How can service state data be persisted for extended periods without consuming service runtime resources?

Stateful Services (Erl)

How can service state data be persisted and managed without consuming service runtime resources?

Service Grid (Chappell)

How can deferred service state data be scaled and kept fault-tolerant?

Inventory Endpoint (Erl)

How can a service inventory be shielded from external access while still offering service capabilities to external consumers?

Cross-Domain Utility Layer (Erl)

How can redundant utility logic be avoided across domain service inventories?

These patterns were first printed in the SOA Design Patterns book and summarized versions of the patterns are published at the SOA Patterns community patterns site.

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