107: SOAr with Service Oriented Architecture
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Objectives: Understand the impact of a Service Oriented Architecture
Know the terminology and best-practices of Service Oriented Architecture
Become familiar with Oracle’s Fusion initiatives
Abstract: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a standards-based framework representing business processes as a set of shared, reusable services. Experiences from organizations starting their second generation of SOA provide a wealth of knowledge and best practices. Technologies are available to support and implement SOA including the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), SOAP, WDSL, WSIF, and REST. In addition to the basic concepts and terminology of a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) this session provides the basic information necessary to help you enthusiastically participate in the implementation of SOA at your organization based upon lessons from real SOA projects. You will be able to: explain the SOA and SOA’s potential pitfalls Best practices from successful SOA implementations and industry leaders will be discussed including interoperability lessons learned. Oracle’s Fusion project applies SOA to Oracle’s various Application offerings. Oracle's Fusion Middleware’s SOA Suite enables SOA wit

Audiernce Focus: Developers
Expertise: Beginner
Track: Architecture
Date: Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM