Most enterprises start with creating basic services and connecting them with an Enterprise Service Bus when first adopting SOA. This session will talk about the wider usage of an ESB in SOA infrastructure and the decoupling of communication layers.
As many businesses move ahead with SOA, security and identity management need to be made available as a service in the architecture in a consistent and reusable way across all applications. This session will focus on implementing key security standards and identity management for SOA.
Mashups and Business Process Management for SOA
This session will introduce Mashups as an enterprise integration tool and will demonstrate the various technologies in use for service compositions in SOAs. Focusing on both automated processes and looking at how BPM fits into people-based processes, this session will also examine Open Standards for BPM, how the BPMN and BPEL standards fit together.
Governance is a vital part of any SOA, and has an impact on runtime as well as design-time. Some major components of SOA governance include a registry, policy, monitoring and testing procedures. This session will discuss some predefined patterns and recommendations along with service life-cycles, resource life-cycles, metadata storage, policies and validations.
SOA with C, C++, PHP and more
As C, C++ and other such languages have been around for many years, it is predominant in legacy systems. This session will explore how These languages can be used to implement and integrate systems that use SOA principles to provide great business value to enterprise applications.
SOA Enterprise Architecture Patterns
This session will provide in-depth knowledge on how to implement an SOA solution using the basic elements in an SOA infrastructure discussed in other sessions.