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  • Author:
    Paul Dix
  • ISBN:
    0321659368
  • ISBN13:
    978-0321659361
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    Addison-Wesley Professional; 1 edition (August 27, 2010)
  • Pages:
    320 pages
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  • Rating:
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The book concludes with coverage of security, scaling, messaging, and interfacing with third-party services.

The book concludes with coverage of security, scaling, messaging, and interfacing with third-party services.

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Ruby on Rails deployments are growing, and Rails is increasingly being adopted in larger environments. Today, Rails developers and architects need better ways to interface with legacy systems, move into the cloud, and scale to handle higher volumes and greater complexity. Implement standards-based enterprise messaging with Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP). Optimize performance with load balancing and caching. Addison-Wesley Professional Ruby Series.

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The Addison-Wesley Professional Ruby Series provides readers with practical, people-oriented, and in-depth information about applying the Ruby platform to create dynamic technology solutions. The series is based on the premise that the need for expert reference books, written by experienced practitioners, will never be satisfied solely by blogs and the Internet. In this book, Russ Olsen helps you write Ruby like true Rubyists do–so you can leverage its immense, surprising power.

The Complete Guide to Building Highly Scalable, Services-Based Rails Applications

Ruby on Rails deployments are growing, and Rails is increasingly being adopted in larger environments. Today, Rails developers and architects need better ways to interface with legacy systems, move into the cloud, and scale to handle higher volumes and greater complexity. In Service-Oriented Design with Ruby and Rails Paul Dix introduces a powerful, services-based design approach geared toward overcoming all these challenges. Using Dix’s techniques, readers can leverage the full benefits of both Ruby and Rails, while overcoming the difficulties of working with larger codebases and teams.

Dix demonstrates how to integrate multiple components within an enterprise application stack; create services that can easily grow and connect; and design systems that are easier to maintain and upgrade. Key concepts are explained with detailed Ruby code built using open source libraries such as ActiveRecord, Sinatra, Nokogiri, and Typhoeus. The book concludes with coverage of security, scaling, messaging, and interfacing with third-party services.

Service-Oriented Design with Ruby and Rails will help you

Build highly scalable, Ruby-based service architectures that operate smoothly in the cloud or with legacy systems Scale Rails systems to handle more requests, larger development teams, and more complex code bases Master new best practices for designing and creating services in Ruby Use Ruby to glue together services written in any language Use Ruby libraries to build and consume RESTful Web services Use Ruby JSON parsers to quickly represent resources from HTTP services Write lightweight, well-designed API wrappers around internal or external services Discover powerful non-Rails frameworks that simplify Ruby service implementation Implement standards-based enterprise messaging with Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) Optimize performance with load balancing and caching Provide for security and authentication

Risinal
I like this book and found that in every chapter I was learning something new about building a Service Oriented Design for RoR. I would consider myself a RoR novice but that didn't really matter because book is filled with good advice when thinking about SOA regardless of the underlying technology. However; I am in the process of educating myself about RoR and this book gave me a deeper understanding of building RoR applications the service oriented way. I have read multiple books on building the Rails applications which are helpful when it comes to the nuts and bolts but after reading Service-Oriented Design with Ruby and Rails I feel a new respect for those who build enterprise rails application and enlighted about how to improve my own skills as I move forward.
Dori
I give this book 5 stars because of it's fantastic content, however to people buying the book you should know that the code is outdated. This book was made back when Rails 2 was popular and now we're on to Rails 4.1 and a lot of things have changed. He also talks about Rspec which has also changed a lot.

If you're planning on buying this book I would strongly recommend that you have a good knowledge of Rails and Sinatra, as Sinatra is what you start the book with, and is also just a good framework to know. A good knowledge of Rspec is also good.
inform
I've been digging into this book and want to say that it is an outstanding, and pragmatic introduction to some advanced system architecture and design ideas. It does use Ruby (and Rails and Sinatra) but the essential concepts are fairly universal. With a lot of code and good ideas, it's an excellent book!
Kendis
It's rare that I read a ruby book these days and learn something new in every chapter, but I did from this book. The title doesn't do the book justice. The ruby examples use Rack, Sinatra and Rails (including Rails 3 examples) to demonstrate how to quickly build and test REST services and service clients.

It covers everything from high-level architecture decisions, like when to introduce services and how to decide what goes where, to seemingly small details, like dealing with serving pagination links in apis.

The only downside is that it could have gone into more detail about how to run apps with multiple services locally.

I read it cover to cover, and frequently refer to it. I highly recommend it to anyone working on moderate to large Rails apps. It completely demystified SOA for me.
Jazu
I have researched many books on the subject and I NEVER find time to do a book review but the work done on this book by Paul Dix is amazing. Besides being encompassing and thorough while not loosing the audience, he presents real-life examples how to attack patterns of problems by real-life solutions. He cuts through the fog and hypothetical and delivers solutions to problems in chapter order that continues to engage -- this has yet to happen to me in any other application architecture book.

As impressed as I was, I had a specific question about one of his topics. I emailed Paul expecting that I may hear from him over time. To my pleasant surprise, I had a specific answer to my question in my inbox from Paul the very same afternoon. Now, that is what what I call an author who passionately cares about the subject of his book.
the monster
A bit outdated, I know. It covers a lot more than just Rails... theres a good deal on sinatra. I'd say it's more about Ruby programming than it is about Service-Oriented Design which is disappointed. Maybe I'll update my review after giving it a second chance.
Chi
I'm a little tired right now to give a thorough review, but I wanted to get something down to benefit other potential buyers. First off, let me give some background on myself so you have a point of reference. I've been programming web software and services as a hobby for the last 10 years. My forte has always been with Perl, with a recent desire to try newer languages like Python and Ruby. My particular interest in this book stems from a new project I'm working on that lends itself to a service-oriented design from the get-go. I have no other experience with Ruby or Rails except for short periods of "play time" with Rails when it first became popular, years ago. But I'm *very* experienced with service-oriented and scalable internet architectures (I work for OmniTI), so I expected much of the book to be a rehash of what I'm exposed to on a daily basis anyways.

The author (Paul Dix) immediately throws the reader into a sample web service, typical to any modern REST web application. What I really appreciated was how he stressed the test-driven development approach via rspec, although it might have been beneficial to give a bit more background into the advantages of TDD and the specifics of rspec within Ruby and Rails testing. Nevertheless there is sufficient coverage of the process to get the reader off on the right foot. There are a few bugs in the included code examples that have either been fixed in the github repository ([...]).

Chapter 2 describes the philosophies and methodologies behind service-oriented designs and the differentiators to SOA, XML-RPC and related books such as "RESTful Web Services". Paul makes a sane argument for service-oriented designs with Ruby over the monolithic Rails applications we've seen as Rails has continued to grow in popularity, introduced to larger production loads. The reader learns about isolating services and the benefits (testing, resiliency, performance) associated with various levels of separation.

Chapter 3 gives experienced Rails developers an example migration by segmenting a "typical" Rails installation into independent services. This had limited value to me, since I plan to write Ruby web applications from scratch. But there is still value in a series of well-presented diagrams demonstrating the MVC equivalence of service-oriented design.

Chapter 4 (along with the "RESTful Primer" appendix) provide an excellent overview of RESTful web services and API design. As there is no formal REST specification, much of this is based on accepted industry practices, but the coverage is thorough and very digestible.

This is all I have time to write up at the moment. Suffice it to say I'm very pleased with this book and will continue to refer back to it as I develop in Ruby. Although the book is designed for experienced Rails programmers, I have no reservation in suggesting this to beginner Ruby/web developers... so long as they have another core Ruby reference at their disposal.
At first, I was a little skeptical of this book. I wasn't sure if it would be able to answer all my questions and how it would compare to the knowledge I already had. I'm happy to say that there was enough information in this book to make it worth the purchase. I was surprised to learn things that I thought I already knew. Certainly there are a few more areas that could be addressed or improved upon, but overall, it's a good book and I'm glad I bought it.