Practical SOA for the Solution Architect - Tuesday, October 25th 2011
- By Dasunpriya Anuradha Mallikarachchi
- 7 Oct, 2011
This session aims at retelling the SOA philosophy in a simple and practically applicable form, independent of the vendor tools used to implement it. We call it “Practical SOA” because busy practitioners can learn it quickly and apply it at once on their current projects. Solution architects would benefit the most by attending this session. Our lightweight yet rigorous approach will very quickly equip them with the skills to apply SOA technology more effectively at work. Others involved in critical business projects requiring the integration of disparate systems and applications would also find this session useful. It is a technology concept webinar, not a detailed technical session, so it should make sense to people in a broad range of roles.
In this webinar, we will discuss the two layers of SOA that practitioners need to be mindful of, the three core SOA technology components that every practitioner must understand and know when to use, the eight supporting technology aspects that refine a solution design and the four critical data design principles that, if ignored, can negate the significant investments in SOA technology. At the end of one hour, you will have the insights you need to grasp the spirit of SOA, and a few simple thumb rules to get you on your way.
[A whitepaper that covers this topic in detail is available here. Register (it’s free!) and download it today.]
Ganesh Prasad is a Sydney-based architect with 24 years of IT experience at organizations ranging from startups to large multinationals, with the last 13 of those years in the Australian financial services industry. He has been heavily involved in SOA projects over the last decade and has accumulated a wealth of practical experience on what works and what doesn’t. As part of the WSO2 consulting team, he brings to the table an intimate understanding of the integration pain points commonly faced by end user organizations. As a consultant, he is an empathetic listener and can provide solutions with the insights born out of long experience.