Best practices in Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) include a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) model to implement a service broker pattern for connectivity, mediation, process orchestration and security.
This workshop will help architects and developers obtain a high level architectural view describing how ESBs fit into a SOA, and will explain how the high-performance, low footprint WSO2 ESB, in conjunction with other components of the WSO2 middleware platform, can connect, mediate, orchestrate and manage interactions between application integration consumers and providers. We will also introduce API Management as a solution to extend your SOA architecture and govern APIs.
|Chris Haddad, VP, Technology Evangelism, WSO2
Chris works closely with developers, architects, and C-level executives, as well as WSO2's engineering team to increase WSO2 middleware technology adoption, enhance the Carbon and Stratos platforms, and maximize customer value. Previously, Chris led research teams at Burton Group and Gartner advising Fortune 500 enterprise organizations and technology infrastructure vendors on adoption strategies, architecture, product selection, governance, and organizational alignment. His team advanced best practices in PaaS, cloud application architecture patterns, SOA, and middleware. Prior to these roles, Chris focused on creating infrastructure frameworks, establishing repeatable development methodologies, contributing to open source frameworks, and delivering SaaS and Internet applications.
Reviewing ESB Architecture, the role of an ESB within a SOA and the benefits of a loosely coupled application architecture
Understanding core ESB capabilities: Mediation, Transformation, Routing, Messaging, support for Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP)
Exposing any datasource (RDBMS, NoSQL database, spreadsheets) as a service using Data Services server
Govern and manage your services and more using the Governance Registry
Embrace API management and leverage it to enhance APIs delivery inside your enterprise
Workshops are meant to be highly interactive and we leave plenty of time for Q&A!