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Questions 1

Our service inventory contains the following three services that provide invoice-related data access capabilities: Invoice, InvProc, and Proclnv. These services were created at different times by different project teams and were not required to comply to any design standards. Therefore each of these services has a different data model for representing invoice data.

Currently each of these three services has one service consumer: Service Consumer A accesses the Invoice service(1). Service Consumer B (2) accesses the InvProc service, and Service Consumer C (3) accesses the Proclnv service. Each service consumer invokes a data access capability of an invoice-related service, requiring that service to interact with the shared accounting database that is used by all invoice-related services (4, 5, 6).

Additionally, Service Consumer D was designed to access invoice data from the shared accounting database directly (7). (Within the context of this architecture. Service Consumer D is labeled as a service consumer because it is accessing a resource that is related to the illustrated service architectures.)

A project team recently proclaimed that it has successfully applied the Contract Centralization pattern to the service inventory in which the Invoice service, InvProc service, and ProcInv service reside. Upon reviewing the previously described architecture you have doubts that this is true. After voicing your doubts to a manager, you are asked to provide specific evidence as to why the Contract Centralization is not currently fully applied. Which of the following statements provides this evidence?



The Contract Centralization pattern is not fully applied to the Invoice, InvProc, and ProcInv services because they are being accessed by different service consumers and because they have redundant logic that introduces denormalization into the service inventory.


The Contract Centralization pattern is not fully applied because Service Consumer D is accessing the shared accounting database directly.


The Contract Centralization pattern is not fully applied because none of the invoice-related services are carrying out data access logic via a centralized and standardized invoice service. This is primarily because the Standardized Service Contract principle was not consistently applied during the delivery processes of the individual services.


None of the above.

Questions 2

Service Consumer A sends a message to Service A. Before the message arrives with Service A, it is intercepted by Service Agent A (1). which checks the message for compliance to Policy A that is required by Service A. If the message fails compliance, Service Agent A will not allow it to proceed and will instead write the message contents to a log. If the message does comply to the policy, it continues to be transmitted toward Service A, but before it arrives it is intercepted by Service Agent B (2), which validates the security credentials in the message header. If the security credential validation fails, the message is rejected and a runtime exception is raised. If the security credentials are validated, the message is sent to Service A.

Upon receiving the message, Service A retrieves a data value from a database and populates the message header with this data value (3) prior to forwarding the message to Service B. Before the message arrives at Service B. it is intercepted by Service Agent C (4) which checks the message for compliance with two policies: Policy B and Policy C. Policy B is identical to Policy A that was checked by Service Agent A. To check for compliance to Policy C. Service Agent C uses the data value added by Service A. If the message complies with both of the policies, it is forwarded to Service B (5), which stores the message contents in its own database.

You are told that Policy B and Policy C have changed. Also, in order to carry out the compliance check of Policy C, Service Agent C will now require a new data value from the Service B database. How can this service composition architecture be changed to fulfill these new requirements?



The Policy Centralization pattern can be applied so that only one service agent is used to enforce Policy A and Policy B. Service A is redesigned to first query Service B for the value required by Service Agent C to check the compliance of the updated Policy C. If the compliance check is successful, the message is sent to Service B .


The Policy Centralization pattern can be applied so that only one service agent is used to enforce Policy A and Policy B. Service Consumer A is redesigned to first query Service B for the value required by Service Agent C. This way, Service Consumer A can include this value in the message header prior to sending the message to Service A .


The Policy Centralization pattern can be applied so that only one service agent is used to enforce Policy A and Policy B. The policy enforcement logic for Policy C is removed from Service Agent C and instead embedded within the logic of Service B . This way, Service B can itself retrieve the value required to check compliance with Policy C. If the message received is not in compliance, Service B will reject it.


None of the above.