Development of service-oriented environments is an evolutionary process for
organizations of all sizes. The architecture and design decisions made by
system architects and developers will impact manageability and flexibility of
service infrastructures. Efficient management of loosely-coupled services
requires implementing practices to enable visibility, flexibility, and
automation of service operations.
Questions to be answered in this session:
What architectures are common for service deployment and integration? How can
services be built for manageablility? Why is operational visibility essential
for SOA management? How does SOA Management fit into SOA Governance?
Speaker Bio: Al Aghili is the CTO and Founder of Managed Methods. Mr. Aghili
is a veteran of the performance monitoring industry. Prior to founding
Managed Methods, he was Vice President of Engineering at Ne... (more)
Exploring the boundaries between the Enterprise and the Internet, this talk
focuses on Architectural approaches from the service pattern, process pattern
and event pattern to help SOA practitioners understand topics such as Web
2.0, AJAX, SaaS, Social Networks and how they connect with the Enterprise.
The emerging patterns of architecture can enable the savvy architect to
empower their IT to embrace an accelerating vision of the network economy.
Speaker Bio: Miko Matsumura is vice president and deputy CTO, SOA products at
Software AG webMethods. Miko is chair of the OASIS SOA Adop... (more)
Dramatic industry changes - including vendor consolidation, outsourcing and
the growth of open source - highlight the need for a better way. When a SOA
implementation costs too much, the culprit is often the old-fashioned,
proprietary and expensive server or hub-based middleware.
A better, distributed approach to SOA infrastructure can help reduce cost and
increase the benefit of SOA implementation.
This presentation includes an overview of the industry trends driving us
toward SOA and explains why traditional middleware systems do not meet modern
requirements as well as a distribu... (more)
AjaxWord (www.ajaxword.com) is an open source Web-based word processor. It
closely mimics Microsoft Word in both look-and-feel and functionality. The
application was initially written between 1997 and 1999 using
released on the Web in 2000. In 2005, the application's server-side logic was
migrated to Java and released as open source code.
On the client side, the application looks and feels like a typical desktop
application, e.g., Microsoft Word. The design features the kind of rich
graphical user interface ... (more)
Complex Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) based SOA environments pose a whole new
level of management challenges. This session will explore the nature of those
challenges by illustrating the need for a Complex Event Processor (CEP) to
proactively manage your ESB.
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Albert Mavashev spent many years working with application integration and
monitoring technologies. His professional interest is in IT integration,
performance monitoring, service-oriented architecture (SOA), and ITIL... (more)
Complex Event Processing software provides the foundation for making an SOA
event-driven. CEP software in an SOA environment offers re-usable processing
and analysis services that are available for all applications to leverage.
This approach de-couples event processing logic from the business
applications enabling faster application development. Centralized, dynamic
management of the event processing logic in the CEP repository and service
enables rapid change without disruption to the business applications. This
presentation will examine how complex event processing applies to a... (more)